U.S. bank bond investors headed back into the market Thursday, steeling themselves against increasing turmoil in Asia.

On Wednesday, many investors were clearly rattled by news of violent protests in Jakarta, Indonesia, sparked by the nation's economic reforms. India's testing of nuclear weapons added to the sense of unease, and the selling of securities rose.

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