The bond and stock markets stuck to narrow trading ranges Tuesday, with the 30-year bond falling to a new low of 6.44% and stocks falling back slightly.

The Treasury sold $16.67 billion of three-year notes at a yield of 4.49%, up 3 basis points from late Monday. While the 30-year bond yield fell 2 basis points, the yields at all other maturities rose only a basis point or two.

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