Spain 2-Year Yield Drops Most in 2012 on ECB Buying SpeculationLucy Meakin
Spanish two-year notes rose this week, pushing down yields the most since December on speculation the European Central Bank will buy shorter-maturity government securities to help quell turmoil in the region’s debt markets.
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