U.S. Weighs Selling 50- and 100-Year Bonds After Yields Plummet
A trader works in the two-year and five-year U.S. Treasury note options pit on the floor of the CME Group’s Chicago Board of Trade prior to the Federal Reserve Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) interest rate announcement in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. (Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg)

U.S. Weighs Selling 50- and 100-Year Bonds After Yields Plummet

(Bloomberg) -- With interest rates on 30-year U.S. debt hitting all-time lows this week, the government is once again considering whether to start borrowing for even longer.
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