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Type: Bond
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Market: Germany
  • Prev. Close: 0.374
  • Day's Range: 0.360 - 0.376
Germany 10Y 0.373 -0.001 -0.27%
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Yen Le
Yen Le Nov 16, 2018 10:54AM ET
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Hb that illiquidity lmao smh
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Wow... That was a huge jump
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what is the current annual rate of interest (not the yield) on ten-year German government bonds?
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you are better off using bund futures pries
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Is it possible to convert the bond yield historical data to bond price?.Many thanks.
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Germany declare that they will buy 30 year Bond next year and German 10 year bond spike yesterday so the euro , and spike is ongoing right now . Check chart of DE10Y and compare it with US10Y . You will understand the hike in EU last 2 days
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time to sell
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ariq harraz
ariq harraz Nov 23, 2016 3:52AM ET
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can anyone tell me,how to see the significant value of the germany bund. i m confused.
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Jan Zacharias Nov 23, 2016 3:52AM ET
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Triple A rating. I dont think these low interest rates will stay for very long 1-3 year bunds are what i would recommend.
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use ecstasy mixed with coke and a couple of beers
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What's up?
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Is the yield in Euro?
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Kindly confirm me that this 'Germany 10-Year Bond Yield Historical Data" is in EURO? I mean this is Germany 10-Year EURO Bond or it is in any other currency.
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Arun Leslie Jul 10, 2014 3:15AM ET
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Euro itself
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Mann, ist das net blöd was sie hier treiben?
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