Treasuries Fall On Jobs Data –

Treasury yields rose for the fourth straight day after a government jobs report indicated that the economy added more jobs in September.  Ten year notes increased to 2.06% near the end of the trading day.  Yields had fallen to their lowest mark on September 23rd at slightly above 1.67%. 

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Jim Sutliff

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