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UK Gilts plunge on revamp in market sentiments following slight progress over Brexit transition deal

UK Gilts plunge on revamp in market sentiments following slight progress over Brexit transition deal The UK gilts plunged Monday as investors shied away from safe-haven assets on the back of improvements and progress in the Brexit negotiations going on after Britain agreed a Brexit transition deal and investors received …

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Australian bonds edge lower following recovery in risk sentiments; trade tensions could favour prices

Australian bonds edge lower following recovery in risk sentiments; trade tensions could favour prices Australian government bond yields edged lower on Monday as investors moved their funds to high yielding alternative assets like equities. The yield on Australia’s benchmark 10-year note, which moves inversely to its price, rose 1 basis point to 2.667 …

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Draghi’s Success Is Double-Edged as Labor Boom Adds to Slack

(Bloomberg) — Mario Draghi’s success in reviving the euro-area economy could, ironically, delay the European Central Bank’s exit from extraordinary stimulus. The currency bloc’s broadest economic expansion in its history is drawing workers back to the job market and spurring companies to invest to replace aging equipment. Governments — with …

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Americas roundup: Dollar near one-month low on trade war worries, Gold jumps, Wall street nosedives, Oil rises as Saudi backs extending output cuts into 2019-march 24th 2018

Americas roundup: Dollar near one-month low on trade war worries, Gold jumps, Wall street nosedives, Oil rises as Saudi backs extending output cuts into 2019-march 24th 2018 Market Roundup • Trump signs budget deal after raising government shutdown threat. • China urges U.S. away from “brink” as Trump picks trade …

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Australian 10-year bond yield hits lowest in 2-1/2 year low on growing angst over trade war

Australian 10-year bond yield hits lowest in 2-1/2 year low on growing angst over trade war Australian government bonds gained across the curve Friday on growing angst over trade war between two biggest economies of the world. This was largely driven by the firmness in the U.S. Treasuries, which saw considerable upward …

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10-year JGB yields slump to over 4-month low on solid safe-haven demand following global trade tensions

10-year JGB yields slump to over 4-month low on solid safe-haven demand following global trade tensions The Japanese 10-year government bond yields slumped to lowest in four months as investors poured into safe-haven instruments amid a slide in riskier equities, following rising tensions over a global trade war, sparked by …

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Australian 10-year bond yield hits lowest in 2-1/2 year low on growing angst over trade war

Australian 10-year bond yield hits lowest in 2-1/2 year low on growing angst over trade war Australian government bonds gained across the curve Friday on growing angst over trade war between two biggest economies of the world. This was largely driven by the firmness in the U.S. Treasuries, which saw considerable upward …

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