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  • But in the short-term, - a rebounding Euro, an up-tick in German schatz yields, and a sizeable slide in Greek CDS rate, have all conspired to knock Gold off its all-time highs.

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  • Greek two-year spreads over corresponding German treasury notes, or schatz, were up 0.114 basis points at 23.168 percentage points by late morning in Europe.

    Debt Talks Pressure Greek Bonds

  • Yields on the two-year German schatz fell to 1.625%, from 1.7% after the "strong vigilance" comment.

    Europe Bank Chief Signals Rate Rise

  • The yield on the 10-year German bund climbed 0.05 percentage points to 3.031%, matching a rise in the two-year schatz yield to 1.63%.

    Greek Bond Spreads Tighten Sharply

  • Germany, which completed its 2011 funding with Wednesday's auction, sold €4.18 billion of the 0.25% December 2013-dated schatz, paying an average yield of 0.29%, below the 0.39% level of the previous auction Nov. 16.

    Italy's Borrowing Costs Hit New High

  • Yields on the two-year German schatz fell to 1.625%, from 1.7% after the "strong vigilance" comment.

    Europe Bank Chief Signals Rate Rise

  • Germany, which offered €6 billion of federal treasury notes, or schatz, with a 1% coupon and maturity of March 2012, sold €5.035 billion at an average yield of 0.98%, down from 1.07% at the previous auction in February.

    Portugal Raises $1.35 Billion

  • Germany, which offered €6 billion of federal treasury notes, or schatz, with a 1% coupon and maturity of March 2012, sold €5.035 billion at an average yield of 0.98%, down from 1.07% at the previous auction in February.

    Portugal Raises $1.35 Billion

  • Portugal's auction was sandwiched between the auction of a two-year German treasury note, or schatz, and the reopening of an old inflation-linked bund.

    Portugal Sovereign Debt Gets Expensive

  • Germany, which offered €6 billion of federal treasury notes, or schatz, with a 1% coupon and maturity of March 2012, sold €5.035 billion at an average yield of 0.98%, down from 1.07% at the previous auction in February.

    Portugal Raises $1.35 Billion

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