U.S. government bonds rally Friday, driving yields to their sharpest yield decline since late May as turmoil in Europe, sparked by questions about a knock-on effect from economic distress in Turkey, rattles investors’ sentiment and sent them fleeing to the perceived safety of sovereign paper.
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