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"Safe Harbor" – investors are taking Swiss franc bonds because of the North Korean crisis News

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 | Economy

According to traders, debtors of first-class debtors such as the Swiss Confederation, Pfandbriefe and other public-law institutions were required. The prices went up and yields declined in return. Gold, yen and francs as well as German federal bonds were also in demand. Investors, on the other hand, made an impression on shares.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fired a rocket, which for the first time crossed Japanese territory and then crashed into the sea. "This is a new stage of the crisis," said a trader. A few weeks ago, US President North Korea had threatened "fire and anger" in the case of further provocations and announced steps that the world had never experienced before.
The yield on the ten-year Swiss franc reference bond decreased to minus 0.156 percent from minus 0.193 percent on Monday. The September contract of the Zinsfuture Conf rose by 24 basis points to 165.56 percent.
The new issuance of the Pfandbriefzentrale of Swiss cantonal banks benefited from the demand for first-class papers. The institute raised a total of 411 million Swiss francs with the increase in bonds 2026 and 2030. The yields were 0.1 and 0.341 percent.
(Reuters)

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