©Reuters. The German bond is trading positive for the first time since 2019
Madrid, Jan 19 (.).- The yield of the ten-year German bond, considered the safest in Europe, rises this Wednesday to 0.003%, with which it is trading at positive rates for the first time since the beginning of May 2019.
The yield on German debt, and that of the rest of European countries, has been rising for several weeks due to the market’s fear that longer inflation will lead central banks to accelerate the withdrawal of stimuli.
This inflationary fear is driven by a new rise in the price of which, in the case of the , the benchmark in Europe, is trading today at new highs for seven years.
In this context, US debt has also climbed in recent sessions, reaching 1.887% today.
In the rest of Europe, and following in the footsteps of the German bond, the yield on public debt is also rising.
In Spain, the ten-year bond reaches 0.685%; in Portugal, 0.607%; in Italy, 1.348%, and in Greece, 1.606%.
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