Spanish Bonds Stay Higher as Nation Exceeds Target at Debt Sale
Spanish 10-year bonds stayed higher after the nation exceeded its maximum target at a debt sale.
The yield on the securites was 14 basis points lower at 6.14 percent as of 9:51 a.m. London time. Two-year yields were 23 basis points lower at 4.32 percent.
Spain sold 2.07 billion euros of bonds, the Bank of Spain said, compared with the maximum target of 2 billion euros set for the auction.
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