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Spanish bonds steady on ECB support

UPDATE: After surging to record highs yesterday, Spanish bonds have steadied amid unconfirmed reports of ECB intervention

18th November, 2011
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After surging to record highs yesterday, Spanish bonds steadied amid unconfirmed reports that the European Central Bank was buying the debt of both Spain and Italy.

Ten-year Spanish bond yields initially extended their surge yesterday by another five basis points to 6.75 percent, but have since fallen back to 6.68 per cent.

The yield on Italian ten-year bonds has also dropped to 6.69 per cent.

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