German 1-Year Bills Draw Positive Yield, First Time Since June

Germany sold 12-month bills with a positive yield for the first time since June.

The nation auctioned 2.07 billion euros of zero-coupon twelve-month securities at an average yield of 0.1319 percent, the Bundesbank said in a statement.

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