U.S. government debt prices pared some gains on Friday after Euro ministers and Greek officials reached an agreement to extend heavily indebted Greece's financial rescue by four months.
The bailout will be extended for four months.
An agreement removes the immediate risk of Greece running out of money next month and possibly being forced out of the single currency area. It provides a breathing space for the new leftist-led Athens government to try to negotiate longer-term debt relief with its official creditors.
The U.S. 10-year benchmark Treasury notes yield was around 2.14 percent after closing at 2.112 percent on Thursday, reversing earlier declines, which saw yields fall to 2.0976 percent following the upbeat data.