Although this historical data might inform this week's trades, it's worth noting that the wave of populism across the Western world is likely to complicate matters this time around. Geert Wilders, who has been called the Netherlands' Donald Trump, has seen early momentum ease off but his Party for Freedom is still poised to secure the second-largest number of seats in parliament.
Nonetheless, Mary Pieterse-Bloem, the global head of fixed income at ABN AMRO Private Bank, told CNBC Monday that investors are not "running scared at all" from Dutch assets.
"With respect to the Netherlands, I don't think there is all that much to fear in respect to the Dutch government bonds," she said, adding that their scarcity would add to their attractiveness as part of a wider portfolio.
She added that, more generally, ABN AMRO is advising clients to be "underweight" bonds in a larger cross-asset allocation and have a small "overweight" on equities.
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