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Making hay

15 April 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

Some euro zone governments are issuing a lot more long-dated debt to lock in low rates. The opportunistic supply switch may explain why ECB bond-buying isn’t pushing some peripheral countries’ yields even lower. If so, the extra bit of interest expense is a price worth paying. 

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