Europe’s debt burden increased in January 17:23

European countries continue to increase their debt burden. Demand for the sale of the region’s debts is growing at a record pace. Investors want to lock in attractive returns before central banks start cutting interest rates, writes Bloomberg.

Bond interest rates reached 1 trillion euros in January. This was the biggest influx of money into the market ever at the beginning of the year. It was reached approximately 10 days faster than the previous record set in 2021.

Meanwhile, market experts are cautiously watching the increase in G7 government bond sales. They warned that high debt burdens could lead to long-term financial stress or negative real returns.

Before that Russian investors appreciated Financial losses resulting from the suspension of trading on the Moscow Stock Exchange in February 2022.

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