Euro zone government bond yields are close to multi-month lows just as the European Central Bank is on the verge of cutting its bond-buying scheme by half, leaving some investors worried that a sharp correction may be due in 2018. While bond markets are among the most liquid in the world, some participants believe the trillions pumped into them by central banks have distorted yields so much that they are not reflecting the impending reduction of financial stimulus. Said Haidar projects the ECB bond purchases will begin to fall from January based on his analysis of ECB buying patterns in recent times.


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