Building a market for the next generation: EU bonds to spearhead a greener and more unified Europe

Deep Dive into fixed income

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Lidia Treiber of WisdomTree
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Lidia Treiber of WisdomTree

2020 was a challenging year for European bond investors, but an attempt by the European Central Bank (ECB) to stimulate an economic recovery in Europe has provided cause for optimism.

The bond market sell-off witnessed in March 2020 saw yields rise to all-time highs for some asset classes. Since then, the amount of negative yielding debt had been steadily on the rise, hitting a new...

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