Treasury 10-Year Yields Fall to Record on Greece Default ConcernCordell Eddings and Daniel Kruger
Treasuries rallied, pushing 10-year note yields to a record low, as a surge in European bank and sovereign-credit risk to all-time highs on speculation Greece may default bolstered the refuge appeal of U.S. government debt.
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