Greek 10-Year Yield Rises Again, And Is Closing In On All-Time Records

Today Irish yields are coming in just marginally but Greece is wider again.

Some numbers to know: 12.449% is where the 10-year yield was on the Friday before they announced euroTARP back in may (it closed at 7.76% the next Monday). Then in September it hit 11.703%.

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