The Treasury market yawned through another lackluster session yesterday as players slowly rose from their Labor Day and Rosh Hashanah slumber. Government securities traded in a tight range with traders reacting dispiritedly to a weaker dollar and more inflation news.

The benchmark 30-year Treasury bond closed down 3/8 of a point yesterday, to yield 7.56%, as the market focused on rising commodities prices, signs of strength in last Friday's August employment numbers, and weak dollar trading.

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