Central Bank Monetary Easing Crushed Bond Markets: BISMani
Extraordinarily easing of monetary policy by central banks has led to unprecedented conditions in bond markets, pushing government bonds to trade at historically low and even negative yields, notes BIS.
Bank for International Settlements in its March 2015 Quarterly Review notes aggregate international banking activity expanded further during the third quarter of 2014.
Bond markets: Over a dozen central banks eased policies
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