U.S. 2-Year Yields Reach Highest Since 2011 as Fed Meeting LoomsBy and
Traders get `cold feet' before Fed begins policy meeting
Futures show 28 percent chance Fed will raise rates this month
Treasuries tumbled, lifting the two-year note yield to the highest since April 2011, as gains in U.S. retail sales prompted investors to retreat from the securities that would be most affected if the Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
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