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February saw January’s widespread sell-off in European government bonds reverse, with the exception of Spanish debt. According to Tradeweb data, the mid-yield on Spain’s 10-year benchmark bond ended the month nearly 3 basis points higher at 1.63%, having dropped as low as 1.56% on February 27.
European government bonds suffered a sell-off in January against a backdrop of mixed economic data and geopolitical uncertainty. At the end of January 2017, 38.5% of European government bonds were in negative territory, down from 45.3% at the end of December 2016.
Euro area government bonds rallied in December, with the exception of Greek and Portuguese debt. According to Tradeweb data, the mid-yield on Greece and Portugal’s 10-year benchmark bonds ended the month 64 and 8 basis points higher at 7.13% and 3.75% respectively.
The sell-off in global government bond markets continued in November amid heightened volatility following the surprise victory of Donald Trump in the U.S. general elections.
Yields on Italian 10 year government bonds increased today, according to Tradeweb data. Up 5.4 bps from Friday’s close of 1.914%, this security traded as high as 2.449% and as low as 2.340%. This follows Sunday’s referendum where Italian
Government bonds suffered a sell-off in October, as speculation over monetary policy dominated headlines on both sides of the Atlantic. According to Tradeweb data, Germany’s 10-year Bund mid-yield moved from negative to positive territory over the month to close at 0.16%.
September proved to be another mixed month for global government bond markets amid ongoing political and monetary uncertainty. Yields on 10-year benchmark notes dropped to new record lows across several European countries, including two of the continent’s peripheral economies.
Yields on U.S. Treasuries increased following the non farm payrolls report showing a gain of 151,000 for August, and during ongoing speculation of when the Fed will raise interest rates. According to Tradeweb data, intraday yields fell in the
Yields on 10 year government bonds fell in the Germany, the U.K., and Japan but increased in the U.S., according to Tradeweb data. The yield on the 10 year U.K. Gilt is hovering near its record low reached
Key Points:• Government bond yields continue to fall• BoJ announces further stimulus• ECB maintains monetary policy
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