Last week’s open positions fell for the first time since July. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, the implementation of the government’s blockade measures led to market price volatility, futures positions have not been reduced so much. This indicates that investors are reducing their long positions. Treasury bond yields rose to nearly two-month highs after better than expected economic growth in the second quarter and optimism about the new crown vaccine led to fewer safe haven buying. The reduction of open positions also means that the market expects that the decline in treasury bonds will not continue. < p > < p > as of 15:20 local time on Monday, the yield on 10-year Treasury bonds fell 1 basis point to 0.23%, after hitting a record low of 0.06% on August 4. Last week, open positions fell by 30016, the biggest weekly decline since March 27, equivalent to $4.7 million per basis point, according to data released on Thursday.