| LONDON, June 6
LONDON, June 6 German Bund futures
opened 30 ticks higher on Friday, with investors wary ahead of
U.S. non-farm payrolls data and about the effectiveness of a
package of European Central Bank stimulus measures.
Strategists said investors were buying safe haven assets to
mitigate against a run of recent weak U.S. data and were trying
to assess the possible impact of ECB policies announced on
Thursday that included a targeted long-term loan programme. [ID:
"Some investors are staying on the safe side today," said
Christian Lenk, a strategist at DZ Bank.
(Editing by Nigel Stephenson)