German 10-year yield slumps to -0.30% on Draghi's stimulus klaxon


German government bond yields hit record lows deep in negative territory and French 10-year yields turned negative for the first time on Tuesday after the European Central Bank chief said there would be more stimulus if inflation failed to pick up.

  The ECB will need to ease policy again, possibly through new rate cuts or asset purchases, if inflation does not head back to its target, Mario Draghi told the ECB’s annual conference in Sintra.   His remarks accelerated the dash for bonds, already in play as investors fret about.....

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