NEW YORK, May 25- U.S. Treasury prices fell on Wednesday with short- and medium-dated yields hitting 10- week highs, prompted by a solid advance in Wall Street stock prices and traders booking profits on curve-related positions. Longer-dated yields had more room to move up with a June rate hike coming back into the picture, "said Matt Duch, portfolio manager at... » Read More
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