(Oct 30): Yields on the benchmark US government debt have risen to their highest level in more than six months, ahead of an expected US interest rate hike at year-end. Yields on the 10-year US Treasury bonds rose past 2.45% during the week, as traders took into account optimism over the global economic recovery and stronger indications of growth in the US, even as inflation is expected to remain muted.

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