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Steeper creeper

19 September 2016 By Peter Thal Larsen

Yields on long-term sovereign debt have perked up across the developed world. Normally that’s a sign of optimism. Yet borrowing costs remain ultra-low. The upward drift most likely reflects uncertainty about central bank policy and worries about the effects of negative rates.

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