Why investors buy bonds with negative yields | Charts that Count

When bond prices rise, their yields drop. In the case of the German government’s 10 year bond, yields have sunk below positive territory and into the negative. FT explains why some investors still want to purchase an asset that they will lose money on. Read more at https://on.ft.com/2WQBEiE

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