Prices of U.S. mortgage bonds without government support rose last month, as lower home-loan rates boosted investor demand.

Securities initially rated triple-A and backed by prime-jumbo mortgages with five years of fixed rates climbed 5 cents on the dollar in December, to 75 cents, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. data.

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