Spain sells €3.654 billion in long-term bonds

11/18/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Spain had to pay higher yields in its latest sale of long-term bonds than it did two months ago, as the country's economic woes and troubled banking sector take their tolls. Spain is also being hit by contagion from the euro zone's weaker economies, particularly Ireland. However, demand was good for Spain's bond sale.

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