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