rate for banks to -0.1% – and government bonds in many European countries carry ..... range from sky-high (safe-haven government bonds ) to average (most credit and developed ..... low-yielding Japanese and European government bonds (in falling currencies). The U
Association of China said on its website on Friday. The Chinese stock market slumped over 5% in post-close trading. German government bonds , broadly seen as a low-risk haven for investors during times of stress, rose sharply to fresh record highs
bond markets, we use U.S. 10-year, German 10-year, Japan 10-year, U.K. 10-year and Australian 10-year government bonds . In currencies we use the euro (switching to the Deutsche mark prior to 1999), Japanese yen, British pound, Australian
OTTAWA, April 17 (Reuters) - Foreign investment in Canadian securities rose to C$9.27 billion ($7.63 billion) in February as investors scooped up federal government bonds , Statistics Canada reported...
STOCKHOLM, April 16 (Reuters) - Sweden's central bank said on Thursday it bought 7.0 billion crowns of government bonds in a reverse auction, the third tranche of a new round of bond buys.
TOKYO, April 16 (Reuters) - Benchmark Japanese government bonds slipped slightly on Thursday but were well off their session low after solid demand at an auction of 20-year JGBs.
IRAQ HAS FINALIZED DECISION TO ISSUE $5 BILLION IN GOVERNMENT BONDS , STILL NEGOTIATING TERMS -FINANCE MINISTER
Bank, Global Financial Data, Inc. and Bloomberg Finance LLP have compiled data detailing the yield on 10-year Dutch government bonds starting in 1517. From the mid-16th century on, the 10-year Dutch yield fluctuated mostly above 3% with periodic
about how attractively valued stocks are versus U.S. government bonds . This is essentially what is happening whenever you hear ..... free. In fact, at roughly 2.00%, 10-year U.S. government bonds have been attractive relative to German bunds, which recently
LONDON, April 15 (Reuters) - Pension fund managers entrusted with securing a steady income stream for their clients from the safest investments are contemplating something that once was unthinkable -- the yield on German 10-year government bonds may soon fall below zero.