Thursday, July 2, 2015   

Spain borrowing rates fall
(01-09 18:21)

Spain's long-term borrowing costs fell in its first bond sale of the year, the central bank said, amid signs of financial strengthening in crisis-hit euro zone economies.
Spain borrowed 5.287 billion euros in a sale of five- and 15-year bonds. Demand was more than double the supply and the repayment rate on the 15-year bond declined strongly to 4.192 percent, the bank said.—AFP
   
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