Treasury Bill Yields Turn Negative as Fed Leaves Rates UnchangedBy
Yields fall as investors have `thrown in the towel' after Fed
Demand surges as Treasury pays down maturing $35 billion bill
Yields on U.S. Treasury bills fell below zero as an influx of cash and pent-up appetite for safe assets led investors to accept negative returns after the Federal Reserve decided not to raise its short-term interest rate.
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