December 1, 2015
Treasuries 10-year note yields rose for the first time in seven days, rising two basis points, or 0.02 percentage point, to 2.23 percent. European bonds from Germany to Italy also declined, with the yield on 10-year bonds increasing two basis points to 0.50 percent.
U.S. stocks rose with equities around the world, while government bonds declined as tepid manufacturing growth from China to Europe boosted the prospects for added stimulus in those regions.
China's manufacturing conditions slipped to the weakest level in more than three years as sluggishness in the nation's old growth drivers add to risks facing the government's growth target.
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