Spain’s 10-Year Yield Falls Below 6% for First Time Since May 25

Spain’s 10-year bonds rose for a fifth day, pushing the yield on the securities to less than 6 percent for the first time since May 25.

The rate dropped five basis points to 5.98 percent at 7:20 a.m. London time. It reached a euro-era record of 7.75 percent on July 25.

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