Gilts Become the Most Vulnerable in Bond Market Selloff: Chart

U.K. government bonds, which outperformed their peers last month as the Bank of England extended stimulus measures after the Brexit vote, are now leading the global debt-market selloff. Gilts lost 2.3 percent since Sept. 7, the day before the European Central Bank announced no changes to its stimulus. That’s almost double the loss on German debt securities, according to Bloomberg Sovereign Bond Indexes for Britain and Germany.

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