German 2-Year Yield Falls to Record as Central Banks Add Funds

Nov. 30 (Bloomberg) -- German two-year notes extended an advance, driving the yield to a record low, after global central banks coordinated to provide additional liquidity to banks.

The yield fell as much as 16 basis points to 0.28 percent, and was at 0.30 percent at 1:05 p.m. London time.

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