WASHINGTON -- Treasury bills rallied yesterday as the Federal Reserve opted not to raise short-term interest rates at its last scheduled monetary policy meeting of the year. Meanwhile, bonds fell slightly.

Late yesterday, yields on three-month and six-month bills were quoted down 13 basis points at 5.62% and 6.46%, respectively. Year bills also gained, with yields falling eight basis points to 7.03%. Trading was light.

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