U.S. Treasury yields ended the week modestly lower, led by longer maturities.1 Markets appeared focused on escalating coronavirus concerns, despite generally stronger U.S. economic data. Rising U.S. virus cases are stoking fears of another lock down and associated slowing in economic activity.
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