Spanish 2-year borrowing costs have been ticking up for several days now, and are higher again today.
Here’s a chart, via Bloomberg.
From sub-3% borrowing costs to nearly 3.5% in a matter of days.
The market is forcing Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy to request outside help.
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