(Recasts lead, adds background) NEW YORK, June 22 Large investment managers and overseas investors bought fewer U.S. 10-year Treasury notes in June than a month ago, but their purchases remained at elevated levels due to worries about global growth and Britain's vote on its European Union membership.
The $20 billion 10-year note auction on June 8 was smaller than the $23 billion sale conducted in May, Treasury Department data released on Wednesday showed. On a percentage basis, indirect bidders which include investment funds and foreign central banks accounted for 73.63 percent purchases at the ...
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