China, the biggest buyer of U.S. Treasury debt, increased its holdings in May for the second straight month, after five months of declines. Total foreign holdings of Treasury securities also rose, as Japan and the United Kingdom, the second and third-largest overseas owners of Treasurys, boosted their stockpiles. China’s U.S. debt holdings increased $7.3 billion […]

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