Treasuries advanced, pushing 10-year yields down from the highest in almost a month, as stock-market losses and speculation that European banks will struggle to raise funds boosted demand for the safety of fixed income.
"Going forward, domestic factors still suggest that rates could rise in the second half of this year."
- Nick Stamenkovic on Feb 02, 2015
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