Government bond prices fell, although they climbed slightly off early session lows as the stock market stumbled amid investor anxiety about the timeline of the stimulus bill.
The benchmark 10-year note edged down 16/32 to 105-31/32 and its yield rose to 3.04% from 2.99% late Friday, February 6.
The 30-year bond fell 23/32 to 113-19/32 and its yield rose to 3.75% from 3.69% Friday. The last time bond ended the day with a yield above 3.70% was Nov. 24. when it finished at 3.78%.
The 2-year note dipped 3/32 to 99-22/32 and its yield rose to 1.05% from 0.99% late Friday.
The yield on the 3-month note rallied to 0.29% from 0.28% Friday. The 3-month is a short-term gauge of confidence in the marketplace, because investors shuffle funds in and out of the bill as they assess risk in other places.