Treasuries End Higher
U.S. Treasuries finished higher Wednesday afternoon after reports of a car bomb explosion in Greece. Still, it was one choppy session, with the oil story still part of the skittish trade, along with more terror news and rumors. Prices opened firmer as oil made a new high, while the Treasury reduced the refunding to $51 billion, vs May's $54 billion, it didn't eliminate 10-year re-openings as had been anticipated.
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