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      Default US Treasuries Rise as Stocks Fall and Dollar Diversify

      The fall in shares on Thursday, which extended to Wall Street in the primary market trade, pushed investors toward government debt as a relatively safer category.

      The dollar was also mixed against major currencies
      The dollar rose modestly against the yen to trade at 107.98.
      The euro fell 0.23% against the dollar, to go to 1.1547.
      The Pound was lower against the Dollar at 0.30 & to trade at 1.2763.
      Trade negotiations

      Markets have focused on whether US President Donald Trump, his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping or any of his top aides will weigh the outcome of mid-level trade talks held this week in Beijing. Negotiators were optimistic after the end of the extended round, but failed to provide specifics.

      US Treasuries Rise with Stocks Down
      US sovereign stocks rose, though mostly on the shortest end of the curve, and sent lower returns.

      The two-year bond yield was 2.537% down 2.5 basis points.

      The yield on five-year Treasury bonds was 2.2 at 2.529%.

      The ten-year benchmark was 0.7 points in the red zone at 2.704%, compared with 3.005% for 30-year bonds.

      The corresponding futures prices, which expired in late March, rose 0.04%, 0.07%, 0.09% and 0.02%, respectively


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