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Resurgent concerns about increasing U.S. bond yields strike international shares on Thursday as financiers waited to see if Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will address issues about the danger of a rapid increase in long-lasting loaning costs.GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HEREThe spectre of greater U.S. bond yields also weakened low-yielding, safe-haven assets, such as the yen, the Swiss franc and gold.Benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries increased to 1.477% as investors wager U.S. inflation might select up as an economic healing gathers steam, driven by federal government stimulus and further development in vaccination programs. Numerous Fed officials have minimized the increase in Treasury yields in recent days, although Fed Governor Lael Brainard on Tuesday acknowledged concerns over the possibility a quick rise in yields could moisten financial activity.The market will have to grapple with a big boost in debt sales after rounds of stimulus to deal with a recession set off by the pandemic.The problem is not limited to the United States, with the 10-year UK Gilts yield leaping back to 0.779%, near its 11-month high of 0.836% hit last week, after the government unveiled much greater borrowing.Currency investors continued to snap up dollars as they wager on a U.S. economy outshining its peers in the developed world in coming months.The dollar increased to a seven-month high of 107.16 yen. Financier focus on a U.S. economic rebound was unshaken by data released overnight that showed the U.S. labor market struggling in February, when private payrolls rose less than expected.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESSOil prices increased for a second straight session early on Thursday, as the possibility that OPEC+ producers may decide against increasing output at a crucial meeting later on in the day underpinned alongside a drop in U.S. fuel inventories.U.S.