German Bunds Seen Gaining as BOE Opens Door for Draghi to Ease

  • Weaker euro-zone growth adds to case for looser ECB policy
  • Demand for bonds may be buoyed by redemptions next week

After two weeks of gains, Germany’s 10-year government bonds are seen edging even higher, as traders expect monetary stimulus from the Bank of England to leave the way clear for more easing from its counterpart in the euro area.

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