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U.S. Treasury prices fell while the yield on the benchmark 10-year note rose to 4.19%.
The market is still expecting a quarter point rate hike later this month, so "Friday's [jobs] data would have to underperform significantly to knock the FOMC off its current path," says Action Economics. Disappointing jobs data would support views the Fed will stop raising rates in either November or December.