NEW YORK, Oct 9- Prices on longer-dated U.S. Comments from New York Fed chief William Dudley, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans and Atlanta Fed chief Dennis Lockhart led investors to favor longer-dated government debt over their short-dated counterparts in the form of "curve flatteners," traders said. "It's a reaffirmation that late 2015 is still the plan for a...» Read More
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