Euro Bund Futures - Dec 15 (FGBLZ5)

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158.255 -0.200    -0.13%
30/11 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Dec 15

  • Prev. Close: 158.255
  • Open: 158.465
  • Day's Range: 158.155 - 158.525
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Euro Bund 158.255 -0.200 -0.13%
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Euro Bund Futures Overview

Prev. Close158.255
MonthDec 15
Tick Size0.01
Contract Size€100,000
Tick Value10
Day's Range158.155 - 158.525
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolFGBL
52 wk Range148.230 - 160.690
Last Trading Day12/07/2015
1-Year Return3.67%
Point Value1 = €1000

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Latest Euro Bund Comments

Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Nov 27, 2015 10:14AM GMT
short build more or less completed @ 158.50 (last trade). Switching from December to March contract (after Draghi) complicates things a bit
Alex Nie
Alex Nie Nov 27, 2015 12:43PM GMT
March contract is trading above 160 indicating negative yield. It's so crazy! European real interest rate and inflation always below zero in 10 years? Things just like what happened in April.
Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Nov 27, 2015 4:29PM GMT
Market very nervous what Draghi will do next week, after that things will start normalizing
Dean JJ
Dean JJ 5 hours ago
Do you think it's better to go short after the switch to March contract or is it irrelevant?. When does the switch occur exactly by the way?
jacob eile
jacob eile Nov 24, 2015 10:19AM GMT
Good question! For this instruments I rely on technical indicators only, since I´m not an expert bond trader. . And please note when I say into 2016 I mean January (should have written this). Beyond that I´m uncertain.. In the longer term - f x 6 months ahead, my sentiment is that it will turn into a bear... Du to the high leverage I try to look ahead a month at a time.
jacob eile
jacob eile Nov 22, 2015 9:47AM GMT
I believe the Bund will continue to be a bull into next year. My personal approach to invest in this instrument is Bull/Bear Certificates with a 15x leverage. From June 1st till now the Bull Bund 15x certificate has appreciated by 69%.
Dean JJ
Dean JJ Nov 23, 2015 1:50PM GMT
I use the same kind of certificates but a part from today I don't see it going up into next year, why do you have this feeling?
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