Spain’s borrowing costs soar as investors’ eurozone fears resurface

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Series Details 23.3.12
Publication Date 23/03/2012
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Article reported that Spain’s borrowing costs rose above 5.5% on the 22 March 2012 for the first time since January 2012 as investors fretted about another escalation of the eurozone crisis amid signs of further economic weakening even in Germany. Investors were said to be nervous about Spain's deficit and weak growth prospects.

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