Southern bond yields slide as traders anticipate ECB easing

04/24/2013 | Market News International

Yields on bonds issued by financially stressed countries on the euro zone's periphery have declined to their lowest levels since 2010, as bond buyers speculate that the European Central Bank will relax monetary policy and cut interest rates. Italy's 10-year yield has fallen below 4%, while Spain's has reached 4.27%.

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