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  • Euro Area Futures Strip

    (%)

    fixedincome eur 90
  • German 10 Year Bond Yields

    (%)

    fixedincome eur 10
  • German Yield Curve Slope

    (10 year - 90 day)

    fixedincome eur slope
  • Monthly Change in 10 Year Yields

    (percentage points)

    fixedincome eur month
  • Weekly Change in 10 Year Yields

    (percentage points)

    fixedincome eur week
  • Spread Versus Other Countries

    (average = 1990 to 2016)

    fixedincome EURspreads
  • German vs US Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - US 10y)

    fixedincome eurusd
  • German vs Canadian Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - Can 10y)

    fixedincome eurcad
  • German vs UK Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - UK 10y)

    fixedincome eurgbp
  • German vs Swiss Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - Swiss 10y)

    fixedincome eurchf
  • German vs Swedish Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - Swed 10y)

    fixedincome eursek
  • German vs Norwegian Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - Nor 10y)

    fixedincome eurnok
  • German vs Japanese Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - Jap 10y)

    fixedincome eurjpy
  • German vs Australian Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - Aus 10y)

    fixedincome euraud
  • German vs NZ Bond Spread

    (Ger 10y - NZ 10y)

    fixedincome eurnzd

 

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  • Markets

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    EUR is below its real mean. Futures price in a small chance of one 25bp rate hike over the coming two years. Bund yields are still close to lows, the curve is flat and spreads are below their mean. Equity returns have been mid-tier. download »
  • Financial Forecasts

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    NOK, SEK, JPY and AUD are lower than is likey to be sustained. As inflation rises and is sustained, central banks will switch to tightening policy, despite modest growth. As this moves into view, a major re-pricing of bonds will take place. download »
  • Investing

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    In time, rising inflation may force a switch to tightening monetary policy. Yields look far too low to be consistent with the economic backdrop. Until interest rate differentials rise, funding using EUR looks attractive. download »