Care Ratings: Global Bond Yield Movements In October
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Care Ratings: Global Bond Yield Movements In October


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The global bond markets in October 2020 tended to be volatile. While some key economies saw the benchmark government bond yields rise to multimonth highs, some others witnessed a decline in the same.

Indications of growth in the economy linked to the easing of the Covid-19 restrictions led to improved investor sentiments and appetitive for riskier investments, pushing up yields of the risk-free sovereign bonds of some economies.

At the same time the resurgence of Covid-19 cases in some regions and concerns over the faltering of the economic recovery there supported safe haven demand for government bonds.

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