Foreigners buy more longer-dated U.S. bonds at auctions

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Foreign investors raised their purchases of longer-dated U.S. government debt in early March, in a sign of renewed appetite for dollar-denominated assets as the greenback has retreated from its multi-year peaks, U.S. Treasury data showed on Wednesday.

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