Euro bond rout deepens after Draghi disappointment

“The market is still looking for new equilibrium," one analyst said

4th December, 2015
Markets have reacted badly to Mario Draghi's announcement Pic: Getty

The selloff in euro-region bonds intensified, sending benchmark German securities toward their worst weekly loss in almost six months.

It comes after the European Central Bank’s policy moves on Thursday disappointed investors who expected a bigger boost to quantitative easing.

Germany's 10-year bund yield, which jumped by the most since 2011 Thursday after the ECB’s meeting, climbed further today and was set for its biggest weekly advance since June. The extra yield -...

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