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However, there's also a limit to negative interest rates.
Lack of escalation in the Ukraine crisis is good news.
Concerns about geopolitics, China house prices.
Geopolitical risks perceived as subsiding.
Dismal economic data in the eurozone.
Central banks have no tools to make companies raise salaries.
European stocks are shrugging off bad data for now.
European stocks pull back on new worries about Ukraine.
Asian and European stock markets start the week higher, with bulls returning.
The Bund is a proxy for Europe's economy, and the prognosis is not good.

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