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Spanish fever recurs, pushing up borrowing costs


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Spanish fever recurs, pushing up borrowing costs

Investors have become wary of Spain’s financial health again, forcing the government to pay ever more to borrow money.

Ten year bonds went above 6 per cent, after data showing Spanish banks borrowed record amounts from the ECB.

There are fears Spanish bonds might hit the psychological 7 per cent panic barrier unless the ECB starts buying again.

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