Investors expect key European government-bond yields to rise this week, as Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland and Italy prepare for issuance. The yield increase is expected "because of supply pressures and as trade war concerns fade slightly, fostering more risk appetite", says Peter Chatwell of Mizuho.
Higher yields expected for European government bonds
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