Good inflation news helped the long bond continue its streak of record low-yields yesterday, but the benchmark ended the session at slightly higher levels after a disappointing auction.

The 30-year long bond got whipped around yesterday ending down 6/32 to yield 6.43%, after sliding as low as 6.37% at midmorning. This is the lowest yield in the 16 years the Treasury has held regular bond auctions.

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