Key Data Points
German 10-year bund 4 bps lower;
Italy 10-year 11 bps tighter to the Bund;
Spain 10  bps wider;
Portugal 96 tighter;
Greece 92 bps tighter;
Large Eurozone banks continue their ramp;
Euro$ down 0.60 percent;

Relatively boring week as Euros out on holiday and at the Olympics.  The big moves over the past few weeks have been in Spanish and Italian 2-year yields.  The shorts fear that is where the liquidity breathing Draghi will show up.

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One Response to “Weekly Eurozone Watch”

  1. end game says:

    Excellent data Thanks; saves me a lot of time on the Bloomberg. It’s posts like this that keep me coming back again and again and again.