Treasury prices rose Friday as investors seek shelter from another messy day in the stock market.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note is 1.85 percent in late trading, down from 1.89 percent late Thursday. Its price rose 19 cents for every $100 invested.
Stocks opened weaker, led down by bank shares, after JPMorgan surprised investors by reporting a rare miss: a $2 billion trading loss, which could get worse. The market was mixed for much of the day but ended mostly lower. The Dow Jones industrial average and the Standard & Poor's 500 index both closed down 0.3 percent.
Investors are also still nervous because Greece has yet to put together a coalition government following inconclusive elections last weekend. Radical politicians there want to denounce the country's financial bailout agreement, which could force the country to leave the euro.
In other trading, the yield on the 30-year bond fell to 3.02 percent from 3.06 percent. Its price rose 72 cents.
The yield on the two-year note edged down to 0.26 percent from 0.27 percent. The yield on the three-month T-bill was 0.09 percent.
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