Is Deutsche Bank Bad Enough to Buy?

One of the biggest stories of the year is the comeback of European bonds. Less than a year ago, the Spanish 10-year yielded more than 5%. Now, its yield is about the same as a 10-year Treasury. This market activity is being mirrored to various degrees across the eurozone.

What is happening here? The wild swing in eurozone bond yields is almost certainly due to anticipated moves by the European Central Bank. The ECB announced last week that it would push $540 billion into its banks via Targeted Long Term Refinancing Operations (TLTROs) and is actively planning a bond purchase program. In any market, the knowledge that a huge buyer is about to emerge can inspire other players to take the same trade ahead of the fact. The European bond market is no exception....272 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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