Global Bond Yields In MotionGene Koretz
American bond investors aren't alone in taking a beating this year. Throughout the industrial world, 10-year government yields are now from about 35% to 60% higher than they were at the start of the year (chart). For domestic holders of such bonds, this translates into heavy losses--from close to 8% in Japan and Germany on a total-return basis, to around 10% in the U.S., Britain, and Canada, nearly 12% in France, and 17% in Australia.
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