Industrial production for October fell 0.2 percent. The NAHB homebuilders sentiment survey showed confidence dropped more than expected in November.
The Treasury International Capital flow data are disclosed at 4 p.m.
Stocks and bonds have confounded strategists, who had expected a flight-to-quality trade after coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris over the weekend left at least 129 dead and dozens injured.
Yields on 10-year Treasury notes slid to trade around 2.2658 percent on Tuesday, after closing at 2.273 percent on Monday.
Meanwhile, 30-year bond yields were also lower at 3.0531 percent after ending at 3.072 percent Monday.
Equities were given a lift Monday by a sharp jump in oil prices, which was supported by geopolitical concerns following weekend terror attacks in Paris.
The major U.S. averages also closed more than 1 percent higher, recovering some of their sharp declines last week.