Short-term interest rates rose on Friday amid warnings about inflation from the Federal Reserve Board's "hawks" and an uptick in consumer confidence.

Late in New York, the six-month Treasury bill was quoted at a bond-equivalent yield of 3.13%, up from 3.08% Thursday. The yield on the two-year Treasury note spiked up to 4.,16% from 4.05% on Thursday.

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