Credit markets prove surprisingly resilient in March, despite Japanese earthquake, ongoing tension in the Middle East and concern over Portugal’s debt problems
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Asian countries such as China and Japan have publicly shown their support for the Eurozone by taking large allocations of recent deals by the EU and EFSF. This has prompted some observers to speculate that yield-hungry Asian investors could also give...
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Deutsche Bank and PowerShares partner to give access to the German, Italian and Japanese sovereigns markets through ETNs
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