NEW YORK, May 5- U.S. The selling on Tuesday, often by traders winding down Treasury positions as inflation pressures show signs of quickening, accelerated after the Institute for Supply Management said its services index rose to 57.8 last month from 56.5 in March. "That was better than forecast," said Anthony Valeri, fixed-income strategist at LPL Financial in San...» Read More
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