Frustration in Spain as 1-in-9 Bill Orders Get Filled: ChartBy and
Banks fought each other for Spanish three-month bills at Tuesday’s auction, seeking refuge for investors who have little stomach for volatile stock markets. They bid for 8.58 times the bills sold by the Madrid-based Treasury, matching the highest bid-to-cover ratio in an auction since June 2011. That drove the yield down to a record -- minus 0.268 percent -- as investors pay the government even more to hold their cash.
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