German Bonds Rise With European Peers as Slow Inflation Persists

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  • 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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