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European Government Bonds Lower Going Into The Weekend

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LONDON (AFX) - European government bonds were lower going into the weekend on concerns about
rising interest rates in the euro zone and the inflationary impact
of the recent spike in oil prices.
European Central Bank chief economist Otmar Issing was cited yesterday as saying that the ECB may have to
revise its inflation forecasts higher
following the latest surge in oil prices.
"Euro zone government debt markets are still torn in a tug of war between tighter rate policy concerns and the negative implications for growth posed by higher oil prices," said David Brown at Bear Stearns.


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