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US bond prices are routinely quoted at much finer intervals. For example, you may see a quote of 99-103, which translates into $99+10/32 + 3/256$. Further, although there may be a minimum tick size for "prices," so such constraints are imposed on "yields" (at least in the US). In fact, yields are frequently computed up to 15-20 decimal places.
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