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23rd Jun 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

Near-term risks to bund yields are tilted to the downside, after the +50bp leap in June.

But the macro trends, which have lifted bund yields above zero, aren’t going away anytime soon.

If we are right on the ECB’s terminal rate, bund yields have peaked; the curve should flatten further.

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