Bond yields drop on hopes of bailout deal

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said in an e-mailed com­ment in re­sponse to the IWH re­port. “The cal­cu­la­tions by the IWH are made for the Ger­man gov­ern­ment, but Ger­many is not just a public debtor, but also rep­re­sents pri­vate savers,” Sinn said. Greek bond yields fell yesterday as hopes grew of a speedy wrap-up to talks on a new 86-bil­lion-euro bailout de­signed to keep the coun­try from fi­nan­cial col­lapse and in the eu­ro­zone. In a week dur­ing which top-tier eco­nomic data and new debt sales from eu­ro­zone coun­tries are sparse, fo­cus was back on Greece, which an of­fi­cial said hopes to con­clude ne­go­ti­a­tions with in­ter­na­tional cred­i­tors by to­day at the latest. That could see the re­lease of

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