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Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) — Treasury market volatility climbed to a five-month high before the Federal Reserve issues its latest policy statement tomorrow and Scotland votes on independence the following day.

U.S. government debt advanced a second day, the first two- day gain this month, as the U.S. producer-price index was unchanged in August. Equities fell as a report showed foreign direct investment in China last month recorded the first back- to-back decline of more than 10 percent since 2009. U.S. 10-year yields touched the highest level since July yesterday on speculation the Fed will indicate it’s moving closer to raising interest rates.

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