Interest rates on Portugal’s two- and 10-year debt fall, and rise for five-year bonds

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The interest rates of the Portuguese debt were today falling in two years and 10 years and rising in five years, compared to Friday.

At 08:30 in Lisbon, 10-year interest rates were down to 3.106%, down from 3.128% on Friday.

In the same vein, two-year interest rates fell to 2.981%, down from 2.986%.

In the opposite direction, five-year interest rates rose, to 2.948%, from 2.941% on the last day of last week.

Sovereign debt interest rates in Portugal, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Spain at 08:30:

2 years…5 years…10 years

Portugal

03/07…….2,981…2,948…..3,106

30/06…….2,986…2,941…..3,128

Grécia

03/07…….3,360…3,479…..3,643

30/06…….3,361…3,486…..3,650

Irlanda

03/07…….3,178…2,854…..2,795

30/06…….3,168…2,837…..2,808

Itália

03/07…….3,885…3,742…..4,046

30/06…….3,881…3,755…..4,068

Espanha

03/07…….3,491…3,247…..3,372

30/06…….3,474…3,242…..3,381

Source: Bloomberg ‘bid’ values (interest required by investors to buy debt) that compare with the close of the last session.

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