German Two-Year Notes Stay Lower After ECB 3-Month Lending Data

Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) --German two-year government notes stayed lower after the European Central Bank said it had allotted 3.7 billion euros in three month loans to banks.

The two-year note yield was three basis points, or 0.03 percentage point, higher at 0.30 percent.

Euribor futures fell after the data, with the implied yield on the contract expiring in December rising five basis points to 0.58 percent.

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