Spain's increased borrowing costs raise fear of eurozone crisis

Fear spread through 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 think the country will be forced to seek a financial rescue from the eurozone.

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