March 11, 2013 at 17:18 PM EDT
Yields Notch Sixth Straight Rise As $66 Bil Sales Loom
Treasuries declined, pushing 30- year yields up for a sixth day in the longest stretch since 2007, as the U.S. prepared to auction $66 billion in notes and bonds this week. Ten-year note yields rose to almost an 11-month high before a retail sales report this week forecast to add to signs the economy is gaining momentum. Bets that the Federal Reserve's effort to spur growth is working damped demand for Treasury bonds after data last week showed
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