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Two-Year Treasury Yields Fall To Record Low As Investors Flee Stocks

Tuesday, June 29, 2010 - 6:53 PM
From MarketWatch:
Yields on 2-year Treasury notes fell to the lowest on record Tuesday, as U.S. bonds benefited from worries about global growth, this time stemming from economic data in China as well as concerns about the financial health of European banks.

2-year Treasury yields fell to 0.60%, 10-year fell to under 3% and the 30-year fell to under 4%
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