'Century' Bond Collapse Continues As Belgian 2116s Crash 30% From Highs

While all the headlines have been about 10Y Treasury yields breaking above 2.50% briefly for the first time since September 2014, the bigger news for the world of bond traders is the utter bloodbath in ultra-long duration European bonds.

 

10Y Treasury yields broke above 2.50% this morning...

 

But while US 10Y Bonds have lost around 7% of their value fromn the August highs, it is the ultra-long duration bonds issued by various European nations over the summer that are collapsing...

 

Now back below its issuance price. The question is - who holds these and are they mark-to-market insensitive?