By Neal Armstrong and Wes Goodman, Bloomberg |
January 7, 2013
Economists cut their forecasts for Treasury yields in 2013 to the least since Bloomberg began compiling the predictions as notes were little changed after data showed the unemployment rate was higher than expected.
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