Bonds gain after recent selloff; await policy

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The benchmark 10-year bonds see some buying interest after recent falls. The 10-year yield

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After a surge in bond buying by foreign funds, they were net sellers of $107.94 million on Thursday, latest regulator data showed.

U.S. Treasuries prices rose on Friday with benchmark yields hitting near two-month lows on safe-haven bids for bonds stemming from worries about tightening credit conditions in China and a looming currency crisis in Argentina.

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