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FT investment editor James Mackintosh examines why bond yields in France have fallen and links it to a revival of confidence in the eurozone.

James Mackintosh

Bonds have been rallying hard since Mario Draghi of the European Central Bank raised the prospect of a eurozone solution.

But perhaps what really matters is the US presidential election in November. Uncertainty ahead of the election tends to push investors into bonds, says UBS. It looked at the development of Treasury bond yields in the run-up to elections (excluding 2008, which was overshadowed by the financial crisis). Read more