Nov.28 -- The dollar headed for its biggest decline against the yen in two months as a retreat in Treasury yields sapped demand for the U.S. currency. The greenback slid after capping its biggest three-week rally versus its Japanese peer since 1995, as a technical indicator called the relative strength index signaled it had risen too fast. Treasury yields declined, with futures indicating that traders see a 100 percent chance the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month. The benchmark 10-year note yield had surged amid speculation President-elect Donald Trump will pursue reflationary policies. Similar-maturity German bund yields fell for a third day. HSBC Senior Economic Adviser Stephen King discusses with Guy Johnson in London and Matt Miller in Berlin on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."