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Euro Bund Futures - Jun 15 (FGBLM5)

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153.885 +0.420    +0.27%
22/05 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Jun 15

  • Prev. Close: 153.465
  • Open: 153.575
  • Day's Range: 153.565 - 154.175
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Euro Bund 153.885 +0.420 +0.27%
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Rick Sugar
Rick Sugar Apr 17, 2015 09:09AM GMT
Everyone worried about the Grexit. Given it seems certain to happen, most banks are out of Greek debt, what exactly will the repercussions be? The end of a massive worry about very little in my opinion. When it actually happens, aside from a possible spike, I see that day as marking the generational low in Eurobund yields, if not a lifetime low. If the ECB have to write off a a couple of hundred billion, so what? They print that in 3 months.
Deniz Akguner
Deniz Akguner Apr 20, 2015 11:21AM GMT
at a certain point no amount of safety or risk aversion can justify holding negative yield bonds on a currency getting constantly hammered by euro zone problems... the current rally is politically driven but it's a rally with a very imminent natural limit to it...
Tom DD
Tom DD May 08, 2015 08:46PM GMT
No way. If it isn't the might Philosopher King himself. I have seen DA extract "rivers of gold" from the markets before.

Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Apr 15, 2015 04:16PM GMT
anybody interested in shorting 160?
Alex Nie
Alex Nie Apr 15, 2015 04:42PM GMT
I've tried, but a small position. 160 maybe not ceiling, yield will drop to -0.2 then price will be162.69
Deniz Akguner
Deniz Akguner Apr 16, 2015 11:54AM GMT
yes please do so at around 160.36, looking for below 160 intraday
Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Apr 16, 2015 03:04PM GMT
marvelous discussion here, wish you good luck, goodbye!
Rick Sugar
Rick Sugar Apr 17, 2015 08:00AM GMT
Not me. Looks like a one way bet to -0.2%.
Gary Galaxy
Gary Galaxy Apr 28, 2015 12:41AM GMT
Hihi, i have tried too! Actually how best to calculate the implied yield based on future price? Using Excel Yield function I got to 0.062% but it is way lower than 0.16% (German 10 year Bunds; http://www.investing.com/rates-bonds/germany-10-year-bond-yield). Any thought? .

neil crammond
neil crammond Feb 25, 2015 04:04PM GMT
6% coupon on a 10 year note = 160.00 ...... can bunds perform above here or just freeze . ?. no value above here really
Factory  Default
Factory Default Feb 26, 2015 12:30PM GMT
There is no end of negative values in yields.. :))
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