After trading in very narrow ranges for almost two weeks, Treasury prices managed a decent rally Friday on a host of positive factors, including a weaker-than-expected Chicago purchasing managers' report and signs of shakiness in other markets.

Late in the afternoon, the 30-year bond was up 3/4 point to yield 8.40%, after having closed somewhere between 8.46% and 8.51% for the previous nine sessions.

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