First off, I'm completely new to all of this, so please go easy on me.
According to http://markets.ft.com/research/Markets/Bonds I notice that the yields on the following government bonds are as follows:
10 yr US Gov 2.38% 10 yr UK Gov 2.25% 10 yr EuroZone 0.83%
What are the basic reasons for why the yield on a 10 yr EuroZone bond to be so much lower than the other two? I thought there was a lot of uncertainty about the Euro, making it perhaps less safe to invest money, and so people would require a higher yield to compensate for this risk? (Or is that logic false? Please do criticize me).