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#Borrowing Costs

# borrowing-costs - Tuesday 21 January, 2014

One stunning Irish bond chart tells the whole story

“What a ride…”

# borrowing-costs - Thursday 11 October, 2012

S&P downgrades Spain two notches

Spain’s sovereign debt rating has been cut to just one level above “junk” grade debt – which could see Madrid’s borrowing costs skyrocketing to untenable levels.

# borrowing-costs - Thursday 2 August, 2012

S&P: Return to markets is promising - but we won't increase Ireland's rating

The return to the bond markets is “an indication of progress”, it says – but the cost of borrowing is still way too high.

# borrowing-costs - Saturday 28 July, 2012

Germany rejects notion that Europe's bailout fund could buy Spanish debt

Despite promises, no green light has been given to any specific action.

# borrowing-costs - Friday 8 June, 2012

Brussels and Berlin: 'No news' on potential Spanish request for bailout

Both the European Commission and the German government say Spain has not made a formal application for EU funding.

# borrowing-costs - Wednesday 6 June, 2012

Spain: We're being frozen out of markets, and we need help now

The Spanish treasury minister says Spain “doesn’t have the market door open”, at a time it needs cash to help its banks.

# borrowing-costs - Monday 4 June, 2012

Not for turning: Germany says eurobonds are 'completely inappropriate'

A spokesman for Angela Merkel has reiterated the Chancellor’s opposition to the pooling of eurozone debt, an idea gaining growing support among other eurozone nations.

# borrowing-costs - Thursday 29 December, 2011

'Super Mario' encouraged by drop in Italy's borrowing costs

But Italy’s prime minister warned that the turbulence affecting his country and the wider eurozone is not over.

# borrowing-costs - Thursday 10 November, 2011

Cost of Italian borrowing falls

The markets are looking a little better today.

# borrowing-costs - Monday 7 November, 2011