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  • U.S. Treasurys fell Wednesday as a big stock market rally drew money out of its recent safe-haven in government bonds.

  • Treasuries plunged, giving back gains after the biggest rally in three years, after Citigroup landed a cash injection that soothed some fears over the health of the financial sector.

  • U.S. Treasuries surged Monday, with benchmark yields reaching their lowest in more than two years as more credit market strains made investors abandon equities for the relative safety of bonds.

  • U.S. Treasury prices slipped Friday as a rebounding stock market diminished investors' appetite for safe-haven U.S. government debt.

  • U.S. Treasury prices rallied Wednesday, as fresh stock market losses spurred demand for the relative safety of U.S. government debt.

  • Treasury prices edged down Tuesday as futures pointed to a higher opening for U.S. equities, curbing the robust flight-to-safety bid that had pushed U.S. government bond yields to two-year lows on Monday.

  • Treasury prices rose early Monday as U.S. stock futures signaled a lower open on a resurgence of credit concerns.

  • Treasurys traded flat Friday, recovering their earlier losses as stocks turned lower and restored the safe haven bid for U.S. government debt.

  • Treasuries surged higher Thursday, pushing yields to their lowest in more than two years, as fresh news of credit losses and subdued economic data increased the attraction of safe-haven government bonds.

  • U.S. government bond prices pared earlier losses to trade briefly flat Wednesday after equities shed earlier gains.

  • U.S. Treasurys fell Tuesday, as a stock market rally and unexpected strength in housing data led investors to trim their holdings of safe-haven government bonds.

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    The dollar’s steep decline has dented overseas demand for U.S. securities, but a dramatic exodus from dollar assets is unlikely, analysts say.

  • U.S. Treasurys rose for a fourth straight day Friday, with benchmark yields at their lowest in more than two years, as investors fled to low-risk government debt after the fourth-biggest U.S. bank warned of losses.

  • U.S. government bond prices rose Thursday as investors shifted out of stocks and into less risky investments on ongoing fears constricted credit markets would dent corporate profits.

  • U.S. Treasurys rallied strongly Wednesday as falling stocks, a plunging dollar and record high oil prices spooked investors and sent them scurrying into safe-haven government bonds

  • U.S. Treasurys eased on Tuesday as the prospect of a stronger open on Wall Street prompted investors to step back from the heavy buying that had dunked yields to their lowest in two years.

  • U.S. government bonds rose Monday as investors bet a banking sector crisis would keep the Federal Reserve cutting interest rates despite signs of strength in the economy.

  • European credit spreads widened on Monday on renewed U.S. subprime concerns, but the cost of insuring J Sainsbury's debt against default fell sharply after Qatar's Delta Two dropped its planned bid. 

  • U.S. Treasurys prices rose Friday for a second day, as jitters about the future of financial companies had investors turning to lower-risk assets like government debt.

  • Treasury prices gave up early gains and turned lower Tuesday as Wall Street cut its losses and diminished demand for low-risk bonds.