Mortgage securities gained against U.S. Treasury notes as rising yields helped cool some concerns spurred by a drop early last week in the benchmark rate for mortgage loans.

The 10-year Treasury yield regained 2 basis points, to 6.14% last week, stirring optimism among some investors that rates could rise enough to moderate the rush of home loan refinancings anticipated in coming months.

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