The Treasury market is expected to remain volatile this week as traders deal with successive shock waves from the presidential election, the announcement of the quarterly refunding, and the October employment report.

Economists say current Treasury prices look cheap, given the economy's lackluster performance, and most expect the market to move higher before the end of the year, no matter which candidate is elected.

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