How Are Low Rates Impacting the Bond Market?

Germany’s two-year note yields dropped to the lowest since the European Central Bank announced an increase to its stimulus program last month, signalling little concern that the country’s securities are set for a repeat of their April 2015 selloff. UBS Investment Bank Global Economist Paul Donovan discusses with Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua on "Surveillance.”

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