Treasuries Finish Mixed

Shorter-dated issues dipped on strong manufacturing data, which suggests the Fed may adopt a faster pace of rate tightening

There was a slew of data this morning but it was mixed, making for some up and down trade where ultimately prices ended mixed. Prices spiked higher after June PPI unexpectedly fell 0.3% -- the first decline since November, 2003 -- after rising 0.8% in May. Many economists had expected a 0.2% June increase.

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