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- This week, Czech 10Y bond yield broke above an important resistance at 2.20% and currently trades at its highest level since January 2014.
- The 2.20% resistance, which represents the 38.2% retracement of the 0.20% - 5.42% range (high/low of the past cycle), got rejected a few times in 2018 when LT interest rates were retracing higher globally before edging lower amid rising uncertainty and slowing growth.
- As inflation continues to surprise positively in the CEE region, volatility in the LT end of the bond market has been surging in recent weeks.
- Next level to watch on the topside stands at 2.56%, followed by 2.80% (50% retracement).