The yield on Germany's 10-year bund fell on Tuesday, driven lower by a weaker euro after European Central Bank board member Beno�t Cœur� said the central bank would front-load its purchases in bond-buying. Meanwhile, the yield on the bund fell 6 basis points to 0.586%. The German DAX 30 index . The move drove nearly a 1% drop for the euro [s:eurusd], which pushed under $1.12 against the dollar. The euro got some relief after eurozone inflation came in flat over the year in April, which put a stop to four months of falls.
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