Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) shortly after the opening bell in New York, U.S., January 9, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Treasurys rose with gold, while U.S. stocks fluctuated as the advance in riskier assets faltered amid uncertainty over the U.K.'s future trading role with Europe.The yield on 10-year Treasury notes slid below 2.40 percent, while gold posted the first two-day gain since the U.S. election.Treasury yields sit lower than where they were before the Federal Reserve raised interest rates last month, while the dollar remained near a 14-year high.The Dow slipped 49.21 points to 19,914.59 .The MSCI Emerging Markets Currency Index lost 0.2 percent as Turkey's lira fell 1.8 percent and the won slid 1.3 percent.Spain's 10-year yield fell seven basis points to 1.46 percent, while that on similar-maturity Portuguese debt fell eight basis points to 3.93 percent. U.K. bonds climbed, with 10-year yields falling five basis points to 1.32 percent.
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