The German Bund is a type of sovereign bond similar to US Treasury bonds. Bunds can be traded using exchange traded funds (ETFs) or, where permitted, through derivatives such as options, spread bets and CFDs. The chart offers a comprehensive insight into historic and current Bund rate movements to help you trade consistently. To stay up to date with the latest price movements, read our Bund news and analysis articles below.
Indices Update: As of 16:00, these are your best and worst performers based on the London trading schedule:
Wall Street: 0.97%
US 500: 0.30%
FTSE 100: 0.19%
France 40: 0.04%
Germany 30: -0.01%
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