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Treasury yields hold steady as investors look to fresh data

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U.S. Treasury yields remained stable on Tuesday as investors anticipated new economic data that could provide insights into the state of the economy. Yields on the 10-year and 2-year Treasury were almost unchanged, with the former at 4.6189% and the latter at 4.9805%. Economic data expected this week includes the personal consumption expenditures price index for March and a reading of the first-quarter gross domestic product, both of which could influence Federal Reserve policymakers’ decisions. New home sales data for March is also anticipated, which economists forecast to rise by 1.2% following a 0.3% decline in February. Investors will scrutinize the data for indications of the economy’s resilience and inflationary pressures.