Treasury yields surge after jobs report, traders make room for next week’s debt supply

Treasury yields surge after jobs report, traders make room for next week’s debt supply

U.S. Treasury yields climbed on Friday after the August official employment report showed more job gains and a sharper drop in the jobless rate than expected, easing concerns that the labor market recovery was in danger of stalling.

Trading in the U.S. bond market will be closed next Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday.

What are Treasurys doing?

The 10-year Treasury note yield TMUBMUSD10Y, 0.675% rose 5.3 basis points to 0.675%, while the 2-year note rate TMUBMUSD02Y, 0.140% edged 1.2 basis points up to 0.137%. The 30-year bond yield TMUBMUSD30Y, 1.415% climbed 7.3 basis points to 1.413%. Bond prices move inversely to yields.




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