It is true that Spain’s risk premium at the time exceeded the 600 basis points and after the intervention of Mario Draghi on day 5 has come down from 140. Also, the threat of a euro area breakup is appeased. However, “the prospect of negative deposit rates from the ECB might produce different dynamics which might have implications for short dated government bonds,” BV point out.
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