Rout in German Bonds Is Elusive as Inflation Wagers Favor Bulls

  • Euro-area inflation gauge is little changed since ECB meeting
  • Ten-year bund yield hasn’t been above zero since July 22

A selloff in German government bonds is showing no sign of turning into a rout with investors’ inflation expectations stuck at the lowest in more than a month strengthening the argument for additional monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank.

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