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The Monday After: German DAX Down 2%, New Zealand/Australia 10Y Yields Rise 10 BPS

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It is the Monday after the ECB’s Mario Draghi waved the flag of surrender on Central Bank intervention.

The biggest losers … again .., are European stocks. The German DAX is down again (this time 2%) following losses last week. But the rest of Europe is down as well.

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On the sovereign debt side (as of 9:50am EST on Monday), the biggest rise in 10 year sovereign yields goes to …. New Zealand and Australia. European 10 year sovereign yields are up only slightly.

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So, no rebound following the negative reaction last Friday.

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