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Investors holding $120 billion of Treasury bills coming due tomorrow are increasingly worried that they won’t get paid.

Rates on the bills, maturing the same day that Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew has said the U.S. will exhaust its borrowing capacity, have surged 16 basis points, or 0.16 percentage point, to 0.36 percent this week, according to Bloomberg Bond Trader prices. The securities, issued a year earlier, traded at a rate of negative 0.01 percent as recently as Sept. 26.

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