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Denmark joins the negative yield club, selling $263.8M of 2-year notes at an average yield of...

Denmark joins the negative yield club, selling $263.8M of 2-year notes at an average yield of -0.08%, and attracting bids for double the amount sold. A member of the EU, but not of the euro, Denmark has seen money flow into the krone (pegged to the euro) every time the crisis flares up.
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  • bbro
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    Incredible....Denmark gets $211,000 each year just for issuing some
    2 year bonds...
    20 Jun 2012, 08:07 AM Reply Like
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