With little in the way of substantive economic news due this week, the Treasury market will probably remain glued to current ranges.

In the aftermath of a Federal Reserve tightening last week, bond investors are anxiously awaiting the release of economic indicators to get a read on growth in the United States. But this week's slate of numbers are not of the caliber participants are looking for. "The market is going to follow the economy, and there isn't much out this week to provide direction," said Donald Fine, chief market analyst at Chase Securities Inc.

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