TREASURIES-30-year bonds fall a point in price
NEW YORK Nov 19 (Reuters) - U.S. 30-year Treasuries bond prices fell a full point on Monday as hopes that the U.S. would make progress to avoid a fiscal crunch boosted demand for stocks, and reduced the bid for safe-haven bonds.
The bond's yield rose to 2.78 percent, up from 2.73 percent late on Friday.
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