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Germany to cut 2013 bond sales to lowest in five years

Germany will cut its sovereign bond sales next year to the lowest in five years as it strives to push down borrowing to pre-crisis levels as well as test new debt instruments including a joint federal-state bond.

20th December, 2012
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Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government will sell €250 billion in bonds in 2013 compared with €255 billion this year.

Germany will cut its sovereign bond sales next year to the lowest in five years as it strives to push down borrowing to pre-crisis levels as well as test new debt instruments including a joint federal-state bond.

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government will sell €250 billion in bonds in 2013 compared with €255 billion this year, the Federal Finance Agency said today in presenting its calendar for the coming year. Germany sold a

record €334...

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