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Deutsche Bank Fears Spark Buying Panic In Bunds (Despite Rising Germany Sovereign Risk)

Investors have piled into global developed market sovereign bonds as fears of Deutsche Bank collapse ripple through global markets. Interestingly, despite rising default risk concerns in Germany CDS, Bunds have been aggressively bid with negative yields now out to 15 years (and Finland NIRP to 10 years). As Deutsche Bank risk explodes to record highs, Germany's sovereign risk has been rising.
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