November 9th, 2011 13:33:16 GMT

Why 7% matters


A little something for the bond noobs and on the implications of 7% Italian bond yields. The ECB buying looks to be helping with 10s down to 7.36% from the 7.50% high from 90 minutes ago. Someone at the Bundesbank … Continue reading


November 9th, 2011 13:26:14 GMT

Finland still AAA


S&P affirms Finland at AAA with a stable outlook, will continue to look down its nose at the rest of the euro area.

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November 9th, 2011 13:04:51 GMT

French spread hit record, ECB buying BTPs


France’s 10-year spread over the German benchmark widened 17 bps today to +146. Reuters is reporting that the ECB is aggressively buying Italian bonds on the secondary market, particularly in the 2yr-10yr space.


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