U.S. Treasury yields hit session highs on Thursday after a German newspaper reported Greece's aid program would be extended.
The yield on the 10-year note rose to a session high of 2.37 percent, above its Wednesday close of about 2.31 percent. Thirty-year bond yields hit a high of 3.16 percent, up 6 basis points on the day.
Greece's creditors plan to offer to extend its existing aid program until the end of this year, but without the participation of the International Monetary Fund, Germany's Die Zeit newspaper reported in its online edition on Thursday.
However, the yields cooled a bit after EU Vice President for the Euro Valdis Dombrovskis denied the report. The 10-year was last quoted at 2.33 percent, up 2 basis points. The 30-year bond rose 3 basis points to 3.13 percent.
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