German Bonds Fall on Concern Debt-Crisis Steps May Damp DemandPaul Dobson
German 10-year bonds fell, after the securities rose last week for the first time since Nov. 5, amid concern policy makers will step up action to quell Europe’s debt crisis and damp demand for bunds.
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