WASHINGTON -- Treasury bills were the big loser yesterday as the gove- government auctioned $17.3 billion of two-year notes and market participants grumbled about supply pressures at the short end.

By late yesterday three-month bills were yielding 5.17%, up to three basis points from the the day before, and six-month bills were yielding 5.74%, up five basis points.

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