I recorded that when bond yields rise to 4 percent, the margin requirements are also
raised, and this pushes up the yield further. My suggestion is that the margin should be
raised only fractionally, so that the market remains fluid, and market participants can
remain invested, and the yield moves up only a wee bit, say from 4pc to 4.35pc or
something like that. High bond yields which would drive a nation's bonds into the bailout zone
are clearly something not good in the long term for anybody; the market will become dense,
People who set margins should kindly bear this in mind, and help reduce factors in the crisis.