Treasury market prices tumbled more than two points Friday as robust gains in April employment indicated that the U.S. economy continued to grow at the start of the second quarter.

Additional selling occurred after the Federal Reserve failed to tighten credit in response to the strong jobs figures, despite widespread speculation that the report would surely prompt the central bank to change policy.

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