Is a shift from bonds to equities coming?

By Staff | January 15, 2013 | Last updated on January 15, 2013
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In early summer last year dividends on European shares yielded nearly four times the 10-year benchmark Eurozone bond, the German Bund. That’s now been cut in half, notes the Financial Times.

“This is hardly the great rotation out of bonds and into equities for which investors have been hoping. Bunds yield just 1.55 per cent, a figure which still screams ‘crisis,’ although perhaps without the capital letters and multiple exclamation marks of the 1.1 per cent hit last summer,” the report explains.

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