The reverse of the sovereign debt crisis continues.
Short-term borrowing costs around Europe (with the exception of a couple peripheral countries) continue to collapse.
The latest to join the “club” of not paying money to borrow? Finland.
The Finnish 2-year yield just dropped to zero (via Linda Yueh).
Via Bloomberg.com, an intraday look at the Finnish 2-year yield.
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