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Rates Spark: Bottom Fishing


  • The relentless drop in bond yields raises the question of how low can they go. For 10Y Treasuries, we think 1%. For German bonds, we’re probably closer to the bottom.
  • The service sector is more liable to be impacted by Covid-19 cases.
  • Look out for sentiment surveys today.

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By Padhraic Garvey, CFA, Benjamin Schroeder, Antoine Bouvet

Where is the bottom for bond yields

The main catalyst for a change in current market dynamics would be a bumper non-farm payroll print on Friday. Save that, it

(Source: Refinitiv, ING)

(Source: Refinitiv, ING)

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