Global Bond Selloff Led by U.K. Hinges on Stimulus Skepticism

  • Ten-year gilt yields increase the most in three weeks
  • Treasuries in midst of longest losing streak since April

The prospect of central bankers unwinding their extraordinary stimulus which has sustained markets since the outbreak of the global crisis in 2007 is playing havoc with sovereign-bond markets from the U.K. to the U.S.

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