Treasuries Snap Longest Slump Since 2014 as All Eyes Turn to Fed

  • Traders look to for hints about future rate increases
  • Treasuries head for steepest monthly loss since June

Treasuries rallied for the first time in eight days, snapping their longest slump since September 2014, as higher yields enticed investors amid speculation that the Federal Reserve will hold interest rates unchanged when it ends a two-day policy meeting Wednesday.

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