Portugal’s Borrowing Costs Rise To A Seven Month HighVW Staff
Portugal's borrowing costs rose to a seven-month high as political tensions grow over the country's bailout terms. Yields on 10-year bonds hit an intraday high of 7.9% before easing back, while the Lisbon stock market closed down by 1.6%.
Portugal Descends into Political Crisis
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