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Weak PMI data pushes eurozone yields to new lows

It also reinforces bets ECB could soon start buying sovereign bonds to inject money into euro-area economy


BOND yields of several eurozone countries touched new record lows on Tuesday after weak private sector growth data indicated a slump in oil prices offered little support to the region's sluggish economy.

Markit's flash composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for Germany