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  • Euribor rate strip continues to press the German 2yr and 5yr, in turn spilling over into Bund.
  • German Schatz and Bobl are under decent pressure.
  • German 2yr Yield is now at 0.26%, ahead of the 2022 peak printed at 0.296%, this was also the highest print since 06/09/13.
Reference 110.165, the 0.300% would equate to 110.085.
  • German 5yr Yield is still short of the April peak at 0.764% (highest since 31/01/14), now at 0.69%.

Reference 127.14:

  • 0.764% = 126.70
  • 0.800% = 126.49
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  • Euribor rate strip continues to press the German 2yr and 5yr, in turn spilling over into Bund.
  • German Schatz and Bobl are under decent pressure.
  • German 2yr Yield is now at 0.26%, ahead of the 2022 peak printed at 0.296%, this was also the highest print since 06/09/13.
Reference 110.165, the 0.300% would equate to 110.085.
  • German 5yr Yield is still short of the April peak at 0.764% (highest since 31/01/14), now at 0.69%.

Reference 127.14:

  • 0.764% = 126.70
  • 0.800% = 126.49