Treasury yields finished mixed on Friday, with the 30-year rate down for the third straight week, as the market recovered from a bad auction of the longest-dated maturity.
Treasury yields broadly rose on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell pointed to the possible need to take more action against inflation and a 30-year government bond auction drew weaker-than-expected demand.
Long-term Treasury yields finish at their lowest levels in more than a month on Wednesday after a 10-year auction goes as expected and reaffirms buying interest in government debt.
Two- through 30-year Treasury yields finish lower on Tuesday as the market looks to settle following a period of volatility.
Treasury yields rose by the most in roughly two weeks or more on Monday as traders considered a slight chance of another Federal Reserve rate hike by January.
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