The increases in Swiss, Swedish, and Norwegian government bond yields over the past month or so have illustrated the extent to which smaller bond markets get dragged around by global conditions. As has been the case since the start of the pandemic, the Norwegian 10-year yield has closely tracked the rise in its US counterpart, while Swiss and Swedish yields have generally moved in line with Bunds.
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