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Global Negative-Yield Pool Deepens as Treasuries Rally to Record

  • Yields on 10-year, 30-year securities close at all-time lows
  • Bonds continue surge as market resumes after July 4 holiday
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Why Treasury Bond Yields Are at Record Lows

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Treasuries rallied, with 10- and 30-year yields closing at record lows, as the growing pool of negative-yielding debt worldwide boosted the appeal of U.S. securities.

Benchmark yields fell to unprecedented levels as signs of slowing growth in Europe ended a five-day rally in global stocks. A U.S. jobs report July 8 may offer clues to the direction of the Federal Reserve’s next interest-rate move.