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Treasuries hurt amid strong 0.6% July.......>

US TSYS: Treasuries hurt amid strong 0.6% July retail sales (vs. -0.2% MNI poll
median estimate), and thus selling tied to thought that if such retail sales
strength and other ongoing economic signals continued, they could leave the way
open for a late 2017 Fed US rate hike. "Recall Dudley's comments out yesterday
about another 2017 rate hike," said one trader. "Well, all is on track for a
rate increase, so Tsys prices need to be lower," he added.

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