IMF paper examines changing bond demand

IMF headquarters in Washington, DC

A working paper, published by the International Monetary Fund in June, examines the changes in demand for government bonds among investors after the financial crisis.

The author, Jochen Andritzky, uses data from G-20 countries and the eurozone from 2000 to 2010, to assess the composition of investors demanding government bonds. The paper finds that falling yields during the financial crisis shifted demand from foreign investors to domestic investors and institutions.

The author also examines the

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