April 18 (Bloomberg) -- Germany auctioned two-year notes at a record low yield of 0.14 percent, according to data today from the Bundesbank.
The government sold 4.21 billion euros of the securities after receiving bids for 7.67 billion euros, the data showed.
The yield on the note was unchanged at 0.147 percent at 10:36 a.m. in London.
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