(Bloomberg) — A day after investors proved they're still interested in buying Treasuries amid tumbling yields, a sale of 30-year securities Thursday will give them another opportunity to snap up bonds.

The nation's Treasury on Wednesday sold $23 billion of 10-year notes at their lowest yield in four years. Demand from a group of buyers that includes foreign central banks and mutual funds was near record levels. A three-year note sale a day earlier also drew the strongest demand of 2016. The auction later on Thursday will offer $15 billion of bonds due in three decades.

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