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Friday, 1 May 2015

MARKET ALERT: Huge Panic Sale German Bunds Spooking Investors

Bund yields rise above 0.30 percent as sell-off continues

(Reuters) - German benchmark Bund yields rose above 0.30 percent on Thursday after their biggest jump in two years the previous day, as poor market liquidity exacerbated the impact of easing deflation fears and improving economic data in the euro zone.
Data showed on Wednesday that German annual inflation accelerated faster than forecast in April, crucially remaining above zero for the second month running, while private lending in the euro zone rose for the first time in three years in March.

That was a first sign that the European Central Bank's trillion euro asset-buying programme may already be having an impact on the economy and caught most investors unawares as they were positioned for further falls in bond yields. Read More.

Previous Warnings Go UnHeeded? 


#1 Investing Rule - watch the the Bonds, because when the bond market crashes it will bring upon the unprecedented collapse in stock markets, real estate and other asset values ever witnessed by our species. And, it is governed by mathematical absolutes - enough said.

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May 1, 2015

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