By Emma Charlton and Lucy Meakin, Bloomberg |
July 24, 2012
Spanish bonds fell, pushing five- and 10-year yields to euro-era records, as the nation’s borrowing costs rose at an auction amid concern its banks’ and regions’ debts will force it to seek a sovereign bailout.
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