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Germany’s 10-year low at two-month low – May need gas bond, says Deutsche Bank

Germany's 10-year bond yield fell to a two-month low of 0.910%, down 9 basis points (bps), with other benchmark yields across the eurozone falling by similar rates. The yield fell 43 bps in July and is expected...

Is the EU Recovery Fund at risk from the explosion of borrowing costs?

By Marcus Ashworth It is reassuring that the European Union continues to enjoy strong investor demand for the debt it sells to finance the € 800 billion Pandemic Recovery Fund (NextGenerationEU). It is less welcome to increase its...

The bonds are receding despite the ECB’s intention to launch a new support program

Bond prices are under pressure today, despite the encouraging publication of the Financial Times, which refers to the intention of the European Central Bank to implement a new bond market program for the weakest countries. According to...

Piraeus ‘sees’ a decline in the margin of Greek bonds

Bond markets are declining today as pessimistic forecasts by the International Monetary Fund for the slowdown in the growth of most developed economies are troubling investors. The yield on the 10-year Greek bond is marginally lower than...

The margin of Greek bonds is expanding

The margin of Greek bonds against German ones is expanding as December 16th approaches, when the ECB is expected to "open its papers" regarding the bond purchase program of the PEPR pandemic. On the contrary, the...