U.S. Treasury prices climbed on Monday, after Greek stocks sold off sharply after the market opened for the first time in five weeks, lifting demand for safe-haven assets, as a week of major data releases is also in focus.
Markets will be focused on the U.S. jobs report on Friday, but ahead of that, July's manufacturing ISM alongside June consumer spending and income figures, the associated June PCE deflators, and July vehicle sales numbers are all due for release Monday morning.
After July ISM data came in weaker-than-expected on Monday, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury notes was down 4 basis points to 2.147 percent, near a session low. The yield on the 30-year moved 6 basis points lower to 2.849 percent. When a bond's yield falls, its price rises.