After Selloff, Bond Investors Await Inflation Data for ECB Clues

  • Consumer prices rose 0.2% in August from year ago: survey
  • German 10-year yield rises above zero first time since July

A rower paddles on the River Main as the skyscraper headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) stands beyond as the sun rises in Frankfurt, on Sept. 8.

Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

European government bonds have scope to recoup some of their losses next week, with inflation data forecast to confirm that the central bank’s monetary stimulus has yet to translate into the real economy.

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