mardi 28 janvier 2014

Roubini on France's debt

"Following the election of President François Hollande in May 2012, many investors believed French bond yields would rise. Instead, yields have continued to fall and currently stand near historic lows (1.54% on average for all maturities in 2013, versus 1.86% in 2012), and the spread against German 10y bond yields has more than halved, with the on-the-run benchmark 2024 just 52 bps wide to Germany’s yields. What can account for the strong performance of French government bonds?"

My answer is: 
1/ ECB
2/ ECB and BOJ
3/ ECB and FED

And what is Your answer?

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