`Scared' Greek Bond Investors May Exit in Post-Aid Rally, RBS' Sian Says
Greek bond investors, “scared witless” by the recent surge in yields may use any rally in the securities to sell them, damping their advance, Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc said.
“Be cognizant of the fact that many investors will have been scared witless by recent price action and looking at a rally to exit,” Harvinder Sian, a senior bond strategist at RBS in London, wrote in an e-mailed report. “Have we seen the peak on Greek government bond yields of the crisis? Not necessarily.”
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