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Butterfly effect

11 April 2013 By Neil Unmack

The Bank of Japan’s money printing machine is forcing down risky government bond yields 6,000 miles away. The hope of Japanese money is helping euro zone bond markets shake off a swathe of bad news. European governments shouldn’t take gentle markets for granted.

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