Treasury Two-Year Debt Set for Worst Month Since November on FedBy
September rate-hike odds reach almost 40%, from 24% a week ago
Longer maturities rally amid month-end rebalancing move
Two-year Treasury notes are on pace for their worst monthly performance since November as traders add to bets that the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates as soon as next month.
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