European Bond Yields Narrow as Confidence Returns

According to a survey of bond dealers, the yield on government bonds for countries deemed most at risk of default will fall to within 2.2 points of the benchmark German bunds within two years. During the worst of the euro debt crisis, bonds issued by the governments of Greece, Spain, Ireland, and Portugal in particular were forced to increase yields over the benchmark bunds by more than 4 percent in order to attract buyers.

Source: Bloomberg

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