Portuguese Bonds Climb as Country Sells Debt After Summer LullBy
Return of supply comes ahead of ECB, Fed policy meetings
Portugal's 10-year bond yield drops from three-week high
Portuguese government bonds advanced and led gains among euro-area peers after the country sold seven-year securities via banks, highlighting investor demand after an issuance lull during the summer months.
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