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Brexit fears drive German bond yields to below zero

Jun 14 2016 18:25

Investors have started paying for the privilege of owning German government bonds as fears of a Brexit and economic worries caused a rush to German debt.

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ECB buys €348m in corporate bonds

Jun 13 2016 20:00

The European Central Bank has bought €348m worth of corporate bonds on the first day of including company debt in its extended asset purchase programme.

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Bonds hit 7-week low on inflation, budget

Oct 23 2014 08:34

Yields on South African government bonds have dropped to seven-week lows, pushed down by inflation data and a mini budget that went down well with investors.

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Electronic trading platform for govt bonds

Sep 19 2014 18:21

The Treasury is still on track to implement an electronic platform for primary dealers trading government bonds on the secondary market.

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Eskom sells R260m in ES42 bonds

Jun 11 2014 13:30

Power utility Eskom has sold R260m in ES42 bonds at a clearing yield of 9.975%, slightly higher than 9.935% at its last sale in May.

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