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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bund.

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Examples

  • The cash is far more likely to end up in German bunds, French government bonds or supranational agency securities.

    Don

  • He noted that the sharp sell-off in German bunds Friday suggested that investors "don't like what they see in that regard."

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  • A foreign investor in German bunds would have lost 9 percent this year after exchanging euros for dollars, Bank of America Merrill Lynch indexes show.

    Bloomberg

  • Fear about Ireland's high debt burden left investors seeking shelter in German bunds, which also kept the euro weak against the dollar for a fourth straight day though it was well off the session low in volatile trading after a U.S.

    FOREX-Dollar climbs to 1-month high vs yen, euro | Reuters

  • Gilts returned 16.9% to investors last year, compared with 9.7% in German bunds and 9.8% in Treasurys, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

    U.K. Debt Continues to Shine

  • Worries about interest rate hikes fueled a broad selloff in German bunds, the benchmark debt for the euro zone, and the selling spilled over into two other major government bond markets—Treasurys and the U.K. gilts, traders said.

    Treasurys Post Weekly Gain

  • "The flight-to-quality bid in German bunds has definitely declined."

    German Bunds: Harbor or Storm?

  • Yields on government bonds in Greece, Spain and Italy climbed as many investors sold these securities and sought haven in German bunds and U.S. Treasury bonds.

    Yields on Safe-Haven Bonds Near Historic Lows

  • For most of the two years since Greece's budget woes set off a spiral of selling in the bond markets of some euro-zone countries, German bonds, known as bunds, have benefited from a flight to safety along with Treasury bonds and U.K. gilts.

    German Bonds Lose Their Allure

  • Instead, banks sought out safety in German bunds, boosting their holdings by more than $40bn during the period.

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