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Dutch sovereign debt yields hit new low

FXStreet (London) - Dutch government debt is the latest of the European sovereign bond market to record new record lows.

10-year Netherlands government bonds declined to a record low at 0.8811 percent today, down from a session high of 0.9115 percent.

The move lower follows declines across the benchmark Eurozone sovereign bond space, with only Greece experiencing a pickup in yields. Only Portugal, Italy and Greece are borrowing above the 5-year average German 10y bond yield.

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