Australia’s 10-year bond yield dropped to an unprecedented 2.2 percent as concern about a China-led slowdown in global growth and listless inflation at home and abroad spurred investors to prefer the safety of sovereign debt. Australian government securities recorded the biggest gains among developed peers, after Greece, in the past month as the South Pacific nation’s central bank eased policy and downgraded forecasts for price growth.

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