Portugal staged a major coup selling €300 million of six-month paper at an average yield of minus 0.002 per cent. Photo: Reuters
David Brown
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Macroscope by David Brown

Negative European bond yields a case of reality stranger than fiction

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Portugal staged a major coup selling €300 million of six-month paper at an average yield of minus 0.002 per cent. Photo: Reuters
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