NEW YORK (Dow Jones) – Buoyed by weak U.S. labor market data are the prices of U.S. Treasury bonds on Thursday friendly start to the New York trading. Ten-year bonds a coupon of 3.625% to win against clock 15.11 CET on 12/32 and 99-27/32 profitable, with 3.64%. Compounded by the long bond rises by 4.625% on 22/32 100-16/32, its yield falling to 4.49% in order.
As confirmation of the longer-term view of low interest rates to rise in the weekly values Dealers U.S. labor market data. Initial applications rose by 22,000, although a decrease of 13,000 applications had been expected. About the expectations were however, the data on orders for durable Assets. However, market observers criticize the "disappointing" core rate
Receives support from the market once again Greece. The rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S & P) warned against possible further gradations of the state.
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February 25, 2010 09:17 ET (14:17 GMT)
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