Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's Humphrey-Hawkins testimony momentarily calmed investors' rate fears, but a closer review of last week's remarks prompted some economists to predict a rate hike soon.

After Mr. Greenspan's testimony, the benchmark 30-year bond rose almost half a point, pushing down its yield more than three basis points, to 6.97%.

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