Treasury prices fell sharply yesterday afternoon as the dismal reception for the three-year note sale cast doubt on the amount of demand for the two remaining refunding auctions this week.

Late in the afternoon, the 30-year bond was more than a point lower and yielded 8.02%. The price of the new three-year notes had fallen enough to push their yield up to 6.06% from the 6% average at the auction.

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