German Bunds

Fixed-income securities issued by the German Federal Government

Exchange-traded securities of the Federal Government have a maturity of 10 to 30 years. The issue prices vary and feature a fixed nominal yield. Redemption takes place at the nominal value. It is stipulated by law that German Bunds are admitted to trading without the need to publish a prospectus.

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