U.S. 30-Year Bonds Gain as Dealers Reduce OffersDaniel Kruger and Cordell Eddings
Treasury 30-year bonds rose as the Federal Reserve’s primary dealers offered fewer than average of the securities for sale as the central bank bought $1.83 billion of longer-maturity debt.
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