US Bonds Hold Steady After Jobs Data

US Treasuries held steady in the wake of today’s Labor Department report indicating fewer new claims for jobless benefits than expected last week. The 30-year long bond was last up just 4/32 in price, yielding 3.57 percent, little changed in yield from Wednesday’s close. The benchmark 10-year note was flat in price, yielding 2.54 percent.

Source: Reuters

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