European Bonds Fall as Traders Speculate on Stimulus ProspectsBy
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Euro-zone bonds fell as investors considered the prospect of the European Central Bank reducing its monetary stimulus, just as Federal Reserve officials talk up the chances of a U.S. interest-rate hike.
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