NEW YORK (Reuters) - The prices of U.S. Treasurydebt came off of their earlier highsThursday following therelease of final estimate of gross domestic product data forthe second quarter, as well as weekly jobless claims.

The benchmark 10-year Treasury note weretrading 5/32 up in price to yield 2.49 percent, compared with 2.51 percent at Wednesday's close. The 30-year Treasury bond gained 12/32 in price and was yielding 3.67percent, down from 3.69 percent lateWednesday. (Reporting by Emily Flitter; Editing by)