U.S. 10-Year Note to Rise on Butterfly’s Wings: Chart of the DayCordell Eddings and Liz Capo McCormick
The selloff that has seen Treasury 10-year notes underperform five- and 30-year debt by the most in three years amid bets the Federal Reserve will slow bond buying is poised to reverse.
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