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Spain 10-Year Bonds Erase Advance, Leaving Yield at 6.21 Percent

June 11, 2012

Spain’s 10-year bonds erased an advance, leaving the yield on the securities little changed at 6.21 percent at 11:28 a.m. London time.

Earlier, the rate fell as much as 20 basis points to 6.02 percent.

The nation’s two-year note yields were 16 basis points lower at 4.13 percent, after declining 35 basis points.

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