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Bond prices dip on German spending plan as stocks await ECB

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Bond prices edged lower on Tuesday after German bund yields hit a one-month high following a report by Reuters that Germany is considering a "shadow budget" to allow the government to circumvent its strict national debt rules.
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