Sunday, April 19, 2015

Germany's 10 year bond slipped to record low

German government bonds continued to break records, buoyed by the ECB's commitment to stimulus, coupled with investors' appetite for low-risk assets amid growing concerns over Greece. In early trade, the yield on Germany's 10-year bond slipped to 0.070%, breaking through Thursday's all-time low. The yield on the country's 30-year debt was just below half a percentage point. "Liquidity is drying up in Greece," Athens will continue to "compromise for a speedy agreement, but will not be compromised."

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