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The German 1 year note yield dips below zero for the first time ever, sinking as far down as -6...

The German 1 year note yield dips below zero for the first time ever, sinking as far down as -6 basis points this morning, currently at -4 bps. German 10 year paper is settling down after last week's liftoff, down 6 bps to 2.27%.
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    this would seem to indicate that there is great belief that germany will be a rock through the next year, if folk are willing to pay more to get less, however the bear raid was spun.
    30 Nov 2011, 08:47 AM Reply Like
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