German 10-year bonds fell nine basis points to a record low of 2.1 percent, while 30-year bonds also reached a record low, shedding 13 basis points to come in at 2.647 percent. Despite the declines, yield spreads with Greek bonds actually increased, with investors demanding a premium of 935 basis points. The 50 basis point increase is the first time since May that the spread has broken the 900 point plateau.
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