The yield on 1-year German bunds turned negative today for the first time ever, according to Bloomberg data, as the European Central Bank looks set to ramp up measures to fight the debt crisis.
The yield on the 1-year note fell 13 basis points to -0.05% by midday. This is the first time it has seen a negative yield since Bloomberg began compiling data on the asset class in 1995. Meanwhile,...
We must follow this meeting of the central bankers closely, argues Fabrizio Quirighetti, CIO and co-head of multi-asset at SYZ Asset Management.
Spent seven years at Aviva Investors
Second profit warning since June
Moved to Switzerland in 2010
Joins Vanguard, JPMAM, Hermes in shouldering costs