Treasuries Extend Best Start to Year Since the Financial Crisis

  • Gauge of inflation expectations falls even as U.S. wages gain
  • Traders assign coin-flip odds to 2016 U.S. rate increase

Treasuries advanced for a fourth week in five, extending their best start to a year since the financial crisis, as slowing growth in U.S. services and tumbling commodity prices left traders doubting whether the Federal Reserve will raise rates this year.

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