(Bloomberg) -- Treasuries rose as investors sought the safety of sovereign debt after a series of bombings in Brussels killed at least 31 and injured more than 180.

U.S. securities advanced with German bunds and U.K. gilts as three blasts in an airport and a subway station put Belgium on the highest terror-alert level. The difference between yields on two- and 30-year Treasuries, known as the yield curve, narrowed. U.S. stocks fluctuated.

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