The U.S. debt market got an early Christmas gift this week in the form of two successful note auctions.

The Treasury Department successfully loaded $28 billion of new supply onto dealers' shelves and prices surged across the board. The 30-year bond led the way, ending up more than 1 1/8 points yesterday to yield 6.21%.

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