Treasuries Face Pressure as Biggest Buyers Reverse Course: Chart

Foreign central banks, which poured into U.S. government debt after the global financial crisis, are changing tack. Holders like China and other central banks culled their stakes. The drop coincides with the recent backup in U.S. bond yields, which have been rising since July.

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