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Eurozone Bond Yields Hit One-year High

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Thursday March 9, 02:21 PM

Eurozone bond yields hit one-year high

Eurozone government bond yields rose to their highest levels in nearly one year Thursday as investors
priced in furhter interest rate hikes
from the European Central Bank.
In Tokyo, Japanese government bonds were up, sending yields down, after the Bank of Japan ended five years of ultra-loose monetary policy.
“The ECB has indicated a
willingness to tighten more than the market had previously anticipated
,” said Sean Shepley, fixed income strategist at Credit Suisse, in a note to clients.

Can Gordon buck the worldwide trend and the economic cycle much longer? Is the B o E the deer caught in the headlights?

Edited by Realistbear

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It may be the whiff of spring in the air but i'm starting to feel as though there is a general acceptance in the media and within the BoE that rates are not going to fall and the next move will be up.

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