Us Treasurys Side Lower As Bond Buyers Diogest Data

With Friday marking the last trading day of the quarter this is usually seen as a time when investors reposition their portfolios or take profits.
Investors also looked to more data releases, with personal income rising 0.4 percent in May, more than the expected gains of 0.3 percent.
In the political sphere, U.S. President Donald Trump will continue with his meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House, with discussion expected to focus on economic and global issues.
Consumer sentiment, meanwhile, hit 95.1 in June, more than the expected 94.5.
The Chicago PMI manufacturing adjusted June index came in at 65.7, above May’s 59.4.

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