(ANSA) – MILAN, AUGUST 05 – Clear rise in interest rates on world government bonds after the spread of US macroeconomic data and the strengthening of the hypotheses of a further tightening by the Fed: the yield of the bond at 10 years in the USA rose by 15 basis points to 2.83%, but products from all European countries also showed a clear rise in interest rates.
The German Bund rose by 12 ‘basis points’, that of the United Kingdom by 14. The tension on Italian government bonds was more contained, with the 10-year BTP seeing the yield rise by seven basis points to around 3%. In this context, the spread with Germany obviously remains calm and is actually reduced by a few fractions, with the spread at 207 after a session started at 213 ‘basis points’. (HANDLE).
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