Treasury bonds plunged yesterday as weak demand for new government paper dashed hopes for a successful end to the August refunding.

Bond investors dumped securities after news that the Treasury's 30 1/4-year bond auction, the third and final leg of the quarterly refunding, met with considerably weaker demand than market participants expected.

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