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Treasury 30-Year Bonds May Yield 3.324% at Auction, Survey Says

The Treasury’s $13 billion sale of 30-year bonds may draw a yield of 3.324 percent, the highest since March 2012, according to the average forecast in a Bloomberg News survey of eight of the Federal Reserve’s 21 primary dealers.

The securities, which mature in May 2043, yielded 3.315 percent in pre-auction trading. Bids are due by 1 p.m. New York time. The yield at the last offering of long bonds, on May 9, was 2.98 percent, and the record-low auction yield was 2.580 percent in July.