Bond Report: Treasury yields slip to start October as bond investors shrug off data showing U.S. inflation at 30-year high

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U.S. Treasury yields head lower early Friday, a day after 10- and 30-year U.S. Treasury yields posted their biggest quarterly gains since March and global central banks begin moving away from easy monetary policy settings.

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