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Treasury yields are near their highest levels since June (TLT, TBT)

Treasurys are sliding after consumer price index data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed prices rose 1.5% year-over-year in September, matching economist forecasts. Additionally, core CPI jumped 2.2%, missing the 2.3% that economists were expecting. Post-data selling has run yields to their highest levels of the session at the long end of the curve while action up front hovers little changed.
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