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Spanish 2-Year Notes Stay Lower After Bill Sale, Yielding 2.98%

Spanish two-year notes stayed lower after the nation sold 3.53 billion euros of bills at an auction.

The two-year yield was 11 basis points higher at 2.98 percent as of 9:45 a.m. London time, rising for a third day.

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