Spanish Bonds Rise Most Since Start of Euro on Draghi Debt PlanAnchalee Worrachate
Spanish bonds rose, pushing 10-year yields down by the most in a week since the euro was introduced, as the European Central Bank’s new bond-purchase program fueled optimism that the region’s debt crisis will be contained.
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