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what started last week is a minor correction in bond markets has spread like wildfire around the world over the last twenty four hours what we've seen is the steep rise in borrowing costs for governments unlike dolan i'm markets editor for europe middle east and africa based in london , bond markets in particular more than any other financial market were pricing in a prolonged period in which consumer prices may be fully on aggregate across the world particular in europe , the biggest driver of that was a a hopping of the oil price in the latter part of , the fourteen , january low and the whole horizon that was being rethought , it's it's very tempting to look at very shop market moves and then look at the events that are going around like the the greek crisis u. k. election the u. s. employment report on friday for example and look at market moves asking thing off although i think people quite confused as to what triggered this none of those three really are good explanations for the set up and bond markets for example so i think when the thing that's worrying , trigger for them