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Treasuries slip on housing data

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Treasuries fell after a government report showed the country's housing market fared better in March than anticipated, bolstering investor appetite for riskier assets, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The benchmark 10-year Treasury notes were down 6/32 to yield 1.724% in recent trade. The 30-year-bond lost 21/32 to yield 2.914%.

 

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