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Strong 30Y Auction Stops At Lowest Yield Since October, 2nd Highest Indirects On Record

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 10, 2017 1:12 PM

In a mirror image of yesterday’s ugly, tailing 10Y auction, moments ago the Treasury sold the last batch of paper for this week, when it auctioned off $15 billion in 30Y bonds, in a strong sale which printed at 2.818%, stopping through the When Issued 2.819%, the lowest yield for the tenor going all the way back to October 2016 as the curve has aggressively flattened since then.

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