Weaker European nations face increasing borrowing costs

11/3/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

A number of factors are driving up borrowing costs of peripheral European countries. In Ireland, a bank rescue is becoming increasingly expensive, and it appears the government might need to seize another major bank. Greek officials have started publicly discussing the idea of a debt restructuring. Meanwhile, political opponents in Portugal have struggled to draft an effective budget compromise.

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