Rise in Spain's borrowing costs raises fears of eurozone crisis

Fear spread through the world's financial markets after yields on Spain's government bonds jumped. With Spain's economy expected to contract 1.7% this year, marking its second recession in three years, some analysts believe that Spain will be forced to seek a financial rescue from the eurozone.

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