Now that the 30-year bond has broken below the much-ballyhooed 6% yield level, Treasury market analysts are turning their sights on 5.50% as the next objective.

The 30-year bond closed almost 1 1/2 points higher Friday, to yield 5.93%, the lowest level in 25 years. The employment report for August provided further evidence that the economy is growing slowly but is not creating jobs or fueling inflation. Against that backdrop, market observers are forecasting lower yields for the market.

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