A sale of €3.9B in 6-month Treasury bills leaves Germany getting paid to borrow for the...

|By:, SA News Editor

A sale of €3.9B in 6-month Treasury bills leaves Germany getting paid to borrow for the first time ever, the average yield clocking in at -0.122%. In the secondary market, German yields are negative out to 1-year maturities as investors worry about return of rather than return on capital.