Portuguese 10-Year Bonds Stay Higher After Aid Review Completed
Portuguese 10-year bonds stayed higher after Finance Minister Vitor Gaspar said the fifth review of the country’s financial-aid program was completed.
The yield on the securities fell five basis points to 8.29 percent as of 3:18 p.m. London time.
The rate fell to as low as 8.08 percent yesterday, the least since March 2011.
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