Recovery Doubts Drive Up U.S. Borrowing


U.S. investors are buying Treasuries at a faster pace than foreigners for the first time since 2010. According to the latest data available from the Treasury Department, government debt securities held by domestic buyers, excluding the Federal Reserve, increased 10.7% in the first seven months of this year to $3.61 trillion, compared with a 6.9% increase for countries from China to Germany.

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