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Following the pullback seen in the previous session, treasuries moved back to the upside during the trading day on Thursday. Bond prices moved higher early in the session but pulled back off their highs as the day progressed.

The Treasury Department announced the details of next week's auctions of two-year, five-year, and seven-year notes on Thursday.

After ending the previous session slightly higher, treasuries showed a notable move to the downside during trading on Wednesday. Bond prices came under pressure early in the session and remained stuck in the red throughout the day.

After showing an early moved to the downside, treasuries rebounded and moved slightly higher over the course of the trading day on Tuesday. Bond prices climbed well off their early lows and ended the day in positive territory.

After trending higher over the past few sessions, treasuries gave back some ground over the course of the trading day on Monday. Bond prices saw modest weakness for much of the session before seeing further downside going into the close.

Treasuries showed a notable move to the upside over the course of the trading day on Friday, extending the upward trend seen over the past few sessions. Bond prices jumped early in the session and remained firmly positive throughout the day.

After ending the previous session roughly flat, treasuries moved modestly higher over the course of the trading session on Thursday. Bond prices showed a lack of direction in morning trading before moving to the upside in the afternoon.

Finishing off this week's series of long-term securities auctions, the Treasury Department sold $12 billion worth of thirty-year bonds on Thursday, attracting above average demand. The thirty-year bond auction drew a high yield of 2.870 percent and a bid-to-cover ratio of 2.53.

Treasuries showed a lack of direction throughout the trading session on Wednesday before ending the day roughly flat. Bond prices spent the day bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.

Following the sale of $24 billion worth of three-year notes earlier in the day, the Treasury Department also sold $20 billion worth of ten-year notes on Wednesday, attracting above average demand. The ten-year note auction drew a high yield of 2.346 percent and a bid-to-cover ratio of 2.54.

The Treasury Department kicked off this week's series of long-term securities auctions with the sale of $24 billion worth of three-year notes on Wednesday. The three-year note auction drew a high yield of 1.657 percent and a bid-to-cover ratio of 2.83.

Treasuries recovered following a significant move to the downside in early trading on Friday but still ended the day modestly lower. Bond prices closed in negative territory but well off their worst levels of the day.

After closing roughly flat for two straight sessions, treasuries came under pressure over the course of the trading session on Thursday. Bond prices turned lower in morning trading and remained firmly negative for the remainder of the day.

On Thursday, the Treasury Department announced the details of next week's auctions of three-year and ten-year notes and thirty-year bonds.

After failing to sustain an initial upward move, treasuries showed a lack of direction over the course of the trading session on Wednesday. Bond prices spent much of the trading day lingering near the unchanged line.

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