WASHINGTON - Treasury bills surged while bonds inched down for the second straight day yesterday in the wake of the growing belief that the Federal Reserve won't raise short-term rates again until next year.

Late yesterday, yields on three-month bills fell 15 basis points to 5.69% and yields on six-months bills dropped eight basis points to 6.48%. Most notes also gained.

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