Treasury Two-Year Notes Fall as Fed Boost Still Seen in December

  • Manufacturing report briefly boosted longer-maturity debt
  • Initial demand for haven assets often proves temporary

Two-year Treasury notes declined for the first time in more than a week, with yields close to a five-year high, amid speculation the terror attacks in Paris won’t prevent the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates as soon as next month.

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