* Worries on financial sector health drive safe-haven bid * Bond insurers' ratings cut add to financial sector fears * Traders eye next week's auctions, Fed policy meeting (Updates prices, adds comment, changes byline) By John Parry NEW YORK, June 20 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury debt prices rallied on Friday as falling stocks and concerns about the health of the financial sector drove a bid for safe-haven government debt. Equities investors showed fresh concerns about banks, auto ...
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