Bonds End Winning Streak Despite Fed's Vow To Buy
Treasuries dropped for the first time in four days as the Federal Reserve reiterated its commitment to asset purchases to spur economic growth, sustaining demand for higher-yielding assets. The difference in yields between inflation-protected U.S. debt and 10-year notes increased to 2.55 percentage points as policymakers said the jobless rate remains "elevated" and the Fed will keep buying $85 billion of bonds a month. Yields rose
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