June 14, 2016

German Bund yield drops to historic low

For the first time in modern German history, the yield of the country's benchmark 10-year debt - also known as Bund - has fallen below zero percent as investors rush to safety ahead of Britain's Brexit referendum.

With the prospect of Britain leaving the European Union looming ever larger ahead of a referendum in 9 days, global investors are increasingly fleeing to safe havens such as German debt and the Japanese currency. Read more.

DW

Related,
German 10-year bond yield turns negative in race for safety - FT
Next in the Negative-Yield Club: The German Bund? - WSJ

Duitsland leent gratis en krijgt zelfs geld toe - NOS

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