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Zero Bond Thirty

Aug.23 -- The world’s first 30-year bond featuring zero income struggled to find buyers, prompting Germany’s debt agency to admit the sale may have been “too large.” The nation failed to meet a 2-billion-euro target for the auction of notes maturing in 2050, signaling that negative yields across Europe may finally be taking their toll on demand. It’s another sign that the global bond rally may be coming to a halt now that more than $16 trillion of securities have negative yields. Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz sat down with Voya’s Matt Toms, Aberdeen’s Luke Hickmore and Jim Keegan of Seix Investments to discuss the outlook for European bond and credit markets.

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