U.S. sovereign bond yields were mixed on Tuesday after a raft of data out of China met expectations and U.S. stocks fell slightly as oil prices slid.
Official data showed that China's gross domestic product data came mostly in line with market expectations, though factory output and retail sales dipped slightly below forecasts.
U.S. 10-year yields dropped to 2.027 percent, after closing at 2.04 percent on Friday. Meanwhile, longer dated 30-year bond yields traded around 2.795 percent after finishing at 2.82 percent in the previous session.
The 2-year note yield was about flat at 0.858 percent. U.S. markets were closed on Monday for the Martin Luther King Day holiday.