According to Reuters, Wall Street is trading up again after a few days of mixed results.
By the afternoon on Oct. 9th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up a tick, gaining about 14-points.
The S&P 500 rose one-tenth of a percent, while the Nasdaq Composite rose three-tenths of a percent.
Although equity markets on Wall Street hardly moved, they were moving up after days of trading down, due to a massive sell-off of US Treasury notes.
But Treasury yields dropped from multiyear highs, which they retained from last week.
Since the federal bond market was closed for Columbus Day, concerns over Treasury yields held Wall Street in check on Monday.
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