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Treasury prices fell on Wednesday, pushing yields on 10-year notes to the highest level since June, as investors signal worry that the U.S. is not dealing with its budget deficit.
Yields on 10-year notes have jumped as much as 40 basis points from Monday, the fastest 2-day rise since September 2008 -- just after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy.
The yields touched 3.34%, the highest level in six months and up from 2.94% on Monday.