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In the investment community, traders refer to Treasury Bonds as the "long bond" because they mature in 30 years. In Europe, however, central banks are now issuing really long bonds that carry maturities of 50 or even 100 years. And most surprising of all is the fact that Austria's 100-year bond is yielding just over 1.00% - which is down 1.00% since the bond was launched. Click below to read the full article from Bloomberg that explores the bizarre world of near zero (and even negative) interest rates.

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