(Bloomberg) -- Treasuries climbed, pushing 10-year yields to the lowest in a year, as oil prices and stocks slid.

With crude slumping, a gauge of the bond market's inflation outlook fell to its lowest in seven years. Treasuries are benefiting from speculation a weaker global and domestic economy will delay an interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve. Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen is scheduled to give semi-annual testimony to Congress this week.

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