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NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - The yields on U.S. government debt declined further on Wednesday as the yields on German 10-year Bunds fell to record lows on safe-haven demand tied to worries about a possible no-deal Brexit and the ongoing trade dispute between China and the United States.
At 10:52 a.m. (1452 GMT), benchmark 10-year Treasury yields were down 2.10 basis points at 2.041%. (Reporting by Richard Leong)