Treasury prices sold off briskly Friday when a spectacular increase in July durable goods orders shattered expectations that the Federal Reserve would ease again soon.

By late in the day, the 30-year bond was off 7/8 point, where it yielded 8.12%, and short-term notes were down 1/4 to 5/8 point.

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