As Italian borrowing costs fell further, the closely-watched 10-year bond yield
gap over German yields tightened as much as 145 basis points the narrowest in more than a year.
Italy's 10-year bond yield
fell to a record low below 1%, two-year bond yields
fell to their lowest since May 2018 at -0.22% and Italy's 50-year bond yield
fell to a record low around 2.266%.
Third, economic uncertainty drove more money into bonds pushing bond yields
down and driving a further 'inversion' of bond yield
curves - which is when long-term bond yields
fall below short-term yields - leading to more talk of recession.
The 10-year treasury bond yield
fell below the 2-year yield for the first time since 2007, suggesting investors have less confidence in the long-term economy.
The 30-year Treasury bond yield
stood at 2.13% on Friday in the aftermath of a rally in long-term government bonds over the past few weeks.
The 2-year yield eased from 2.454% highs to 2.448% after bouncing from 2.431% lows; the 5-year yield slipped from 2.417% highs to 2.406% after jumping from 2.388% lows; the 10-year reversed from over 2.61% to 2.597% after the bounce from 2.585%; and the 30-year bond yield
stalled at 3.032%, pulled back to 3.015% after pop from 3.011% lows.
At that time, the 10-year bond yield
was 8.04 percent, which was trading higher than the earnings yield of the market, computed as the inverse of the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, at 6.4 percent.
Italy's ten-year bond yield
reached 3.6% from 3.3% on 3 October, while Spain's 10-year bond yield
reached 1.6% from 1.5% and Greece's 10-year bonds now offer a yield of 4.5% from 4.4%.
A rise in the risk-free government bond yield
increases the cost of borrowing to buy commercial property as well as lessens the present value of its future rental cash flows.
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concerned with developed economies of European Union over the period of post financial crisis and debt crisis.
While CPI inflation eased from high double-digit figures in 2013 to a low of 4.5 to five per cent, the current account deficit (CAD) narrowed to around 1.5 per cent of GDP from four to five per cent in 2013.In response to these macro-variables and a decisive outcome in the 2014 national elections, the benchmark 10-year government bond yield
declined by around 100 basis points (bps) in the second half of 2014 to around 7.80 per cent.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond ended higher Monday as views spread that Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda expects a rise in the long-term bond yield