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U.S. yields trim fall as consumer confidence jumps

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NEW YORK, Feb 26 () - U.S. Treasury yields scaled back their earlier decline on Tuesday as data showed domestic consumer confidence recorded its largest one-month increase since August 2015, partly reversing three straight months of decreases.

At 10:13 a.m. (1513 GMT), benchmark 10-year Treasury yields was down 2.3 basis points at 2.650 percent, while two-year yields was 1.3 basis points lower at 2.494 percent.

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NEW YORK, Feb 26 () - U.S. Treasury yields scaled back their earlier decline on Tuesday as data showed domestic consumer confidence recorded its largest one-month increase since August 2015, partly reversing three straight months of decreases.

At 10:13 a.m. (1513 GMT), benchmark 10-year Treasury yields was down 2.3 basis points at 2.650 percent, while two-year yields was 1.3 basis points lower at 2.494 percent.


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