The Czech National Bank warned this week that surging foreign ownership is making the country’s bonds more exposed to global market swings, posing a potential risk for domestic lenders that own the bulk of the government debt. The pile of local-currency sovereign notes held by non-residents jumped 70 percent in the year ended April 30 as investors bet they’ll make profit on koruna gains once the central bank scraps its currency cap next year.

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