June 15, 2021

Spain places 5,000 million euros in debt, but triggers interest in the coronavirus




The Spanish Treasury has managed to place 5,014 million euros this Thursday in medium and long-term debt of various denominationswhich, however, have come out at a much higher interest, including three-year bonds, which have gone from having a negative performance, to exceed 0.4%. Specifically, the marginal yield applied to three-year bonds has gone from -0.416% in the previous bid, to 0.077% today. In this type of debt, the Treasury has placed 1,299 million.

Equally, Spain has auctioned ten-year obligations that have come out at a marginal interest of 0.715%, much higher than the previous 0.169%.


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