With the start of the fourth quarter, Dutch Treasury bill yields have started to show what appears to be the usual year end pattern: the spread between the bill maturing in January and the next maturing bill – the one in March – has started to widen. In other words, the January bill is starting to trade rich. Which leaves us wondering: are we about to witness another year end turn with deeply negative yields rates in euros over the turn?


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