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Prices up on weak housing starts; long bond lags on tax-cut talks.

AUG 19, 1992 1:00am ET

The Treasury market rallied yesterday on the unexpectedly weak housing starts report, but the long bond's gains lagged those of other securities, reflecting traders' worries about tax cuts.

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