Polish Two-Year Bonds End Rally Amid Rebound in Global Stocks

  • Yields rise from record low after falling 52 basis points
  • Bank tax plan spurred demand for bonds over central bank bills

Polish bonds ended a three-week rally that pushed the yield on two-year notes to a record low amid the worst start to a year for emerging-markets since 1998.

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