Treasury Volatility Rises Most Since June Before Payrolls ReportBy and
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A gauge of Treasury volatility is headed for its biggest weekly increase since June before a report economists forecast will show monthly job growth declined, underscoring the case for traders who are betting the Federal Reserve won’t raise interest rates this year.
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