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this one's head in hand moment for markets low risk bone setting off again on tuesday with ten year u. s. treasury yields hitting their highest since early december that sent stocks in the opposite direction the volatility adding to an already anxious markets greece now not the only worry roaches nigel stevenson people aren't saying that that particularly concerned yet that this will mean as it might a rising corporate borrowing costs it's more a case of life at this rally how farm i'm much further can it go this is make people want to take risk off the table some wall smite them cautious , less than a month ago german bund yields were at a record low driven down by the e. c. bees one trillion euro bond buying program heels were expected to fall further into the negative even , price rise has left many still scratching their heads , it probably all kicked off with slightly higher than expected german inflation , uh in late april this many people think that that deflation typing pricing and ready was going to happen , so there was a slight rise in german bond yields and then i think it's fair to say a sort of rush for the exit , the forex markets were also affected the euro up nearly one percent against the dollar expected to rise further if the selloff continues