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Treasuries Rise on Safety Demand as U.S. Adds Russian Sanctions

July 17 (Bloomberg) -- Treasuries rose, with 30-year bond yields falling to the lowest level in more than six weeks, after Russia was slapped with further sanctions linked to Ukraine, boosting demand for the perceived safety of U.S. debt.

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