Spain Borrowing Cost Rises as Demand Drops at Bond SaleAngeline Benoit and Emma Ross-Thomas
Spain sold 2.6 billion euros ($3.4 billion) of bonds, near the minimum planned, and borrowing costs rose as the impact of European Central Bank’s emergency lending waned. Bonds and the euro declined.
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