WASHINGTON -- Growing fears that the Clinton Administration will embrace a middle-class tax cut and a barrage of expectedly bearish economic reports depressed Treasury security prices across the board yesterday.

Late yesterday, the 30-year bond was quoted down 23/32 at 95 5/32, pushing the yield up to 7.92%. The 10-year lost 1/2 at 100 1/32, yielding 7.87%. Not far off, five-year notes fell 14 ticks, with the yield rising to 7.85%.

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