[European debt] German bond yields close to zero at the top level of the U.S.-www.dde8.com

[European debt close] German bond yields unchanged at zero above the U.S. central bank meeting on the Sina fund exposure platform: letter Phi lag behind false propaganda, the performance of long-term lower than similar products, how to buy funds pit? Click [I want to complain], Sina help you expose them! FX168 financial news (Hongkong) hearing German 10 year bond yields on Monday (September 19th) to remain above the zero level, the market focus firmly on the Fed and the Bank of Japan’s policy meeting this week. German 10 year bond yields rose by 1.1 basis points to $0.013%, after a brief fall short of negative. But the low rating eurozone bond yields decline, led by the Portuguese government bonds. Portugal’s 10 year bond yields fell by 10 basis points to a record of $3.39% on Friday, the rating agency Standard & Poor’s confirmed the country’s BB+ rating, outlook stable. Germany’s 10 year bond yields remained above zero on Monday, and the market’s focus is firmly on the Fed’s and Japan’s central bank’s policy meetings this week. U.S. consumer price inflation in August was higher than expected in, increasing the probability that the Fed will raise interest rates later this year, pushing up yields on us treasuries. The Bank of Japan will end its two day meeting on Wednesday, which could also shake the global bond market. The Bank of Japan may change the negative interest rate as the main axis of monetary policy, the market worried that any measure away from quantitative easing, the central bank has exposed the gradual depletion of the central bank’s ammunition dilemma. To understand the idea of central bank sources said, due to the massive money printing has been implemented for three years did not push up inflation, the Bank of Japan is expected to focus on the policy from the shock therapy to long-term fight against deflation. Analysts pointed out that the Bank of Japan’s statement and as a result, the euro zone bond market may have an impact, because the European Central Bank is currently implementing quantitative easing, the ECB is worried about the options are also reduced. "Quantitative easing has been a push down bond yields of the tool, and now the Bank of Japan has hinted that it might gradually away from the practice of" German commercial bank interest rate analyst David Schnautz said." "This has been a strain on the European market, as the BoJ’s approach may affect the ecb." Enter the Sina financial stocks] discussion相关的主题文章:

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