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Euro Bonds On A Losing Streak With .50% Hike In Offing

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LONDON (AFX) - European government bonds continued their losing streak amid growing speculation that the European Central Bank may hike interest rates by a hefty
half point to 3.00
pct next week.
Euro zone data out this week has been decidedly strong -- ranging from money supply to inflation and today, a key manufacturing sector survey
. All these factors are are fuelling speculation about a large rate hike on June 8 even though observers generally agree that the ECB will only lift rates to 2.75 pct from 2.50 pct at present.
This morning, it was revealed that the euro zone's
manufacturing sector expanded at its fastest pace in nearly six years during May
, confounding expectations of slight drop in pace.

With his legacy of the miraculous HPI and unlimited MEW on the line will Gordon deliver the death blow to his own economic child and raise the rates along with the rest of the world?

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