Treasurys Lower Before Data
S&P MARKETSCOPE (06/15/2007 8:15am): The 10-year Treasury notes are off 03/32 to 95-12/32 for yield of 5.241% before May CPI report that expected to show 0.5% headline gain, tame 0.2% core rate increase... higher figures could cash bond market rally temporarily... at same time, Fed President Bernanke speaks but not likely to discuss policy... 2-year note flat at 99-19/32 for yield of 5.109%, 30 year bonds off 02/32 at 91-23/32 for yield of 5.311% before reports on Empire State index, Industrial Production, Capacity Utilization, Total Net International Capital Flows and Michigan Sentiment... San Francisco Fed President Yellen speaks this afternoon.
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