German Bonds Lose Their Appeal


Bankinter | Germany’s Treasury issues 3.753 billion euros of 10-year bonds with a yield of 0.69% (compared with 0.61% at the last auction).

It is significant that the allocated amount is within the low range initially forecast of 4 billion euros, so we estimate about 19% of buy demand has been fulfilled at a price over the issue.


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