Treasury Notes Decline as Demand Wanes Amid Gains in Oil, StocksBy
Yields on two-year securities climb to highest since Feb. 1
Traders rebuild wagers that the Fed will raise rates this year
Treasury notes fell, pushing two-year yields to the highest in three weeks, as a rally in oil and global equities reduced demand for haven assets.
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