German Bonds Rise With European Peers as Slow Inflation PersistsBy
Global stocks selloff also supports bonds amid haven demand
German annual inflation unexpectedly slows to 0.2 percent
German government bonds climbed with their European peers as the year’s trading began with a stocks selloff sparked by China and the Middle East, and slower inflation in the biggest euro-zone economy.
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