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Eurozone | 16 October 2017 What has to Happen for Bund Yields to Reach 1% Next Year?
German 10-year government bond yields jumped at the end of 2016, but have since been locked in a tight range around 0.4%, despite a steady inflow of strong economic data.

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16 October 2017 What has to Happen for Bund Yields to Reach 1% Next Year?

By Claus Vistesen

German 10-year government bond yields jumped at the end of 2016, but have since been locked in a tight range around 0.4%, despite a steady inflow of strong economic data.

Posted: 15th Oct 2017 in 'Eurozone'

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