quinta-feira, 16 de dezembro de 2010

Nuestros hermanos

Following yesterday's threat to the country's Aa1 rating by Moody's, Spain was put in the unpleasant position of having to raise €3 billion in 10 and 15 year bonds. Not surprisingly, the auction was as close to a disaster as it could be, considering it had the ECB's backing. In its final bond auction the country managed to raise just €2.4 billion (€1.782 billion in 10 years and €619 million in 15 years), with the 10 Year yielding 5.446% and the 15 Year 5.932

Via Zero Hedge.

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