Treasury prices knocked by run-up in stocks

Nicholson, Jonathan
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/04/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30266, p2
Trade Publication
Presents the result of the October, 1997 survey of the National Association of Purchasing Management on the Treasury security prices. Decline in the price of the long-bond and the ten-year note; Percent increase in the five-year and two-year note yield; Industrial average of Dow Jones; Effect of the gains on the flight-to-quality appeal of Treasury securities; Rise in the prices of paid index of the survey.


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