Interest on Portuguese debt rises (at various times)

Interest on Portuguese debt rises (at various times)

Interest rates on Portuguese debt rose this Thursday to two, five and 10 years, respectively, according to the rates of Ireland and Italy.

At 8:30 am in Lisbon, the 10-year interest rate rose to 0.581%, from 0.563% on Wednesday, against the current all-time low, ending in the negative territory on January 8, 11 and 15 last year. , -0.059%, verified on December 15, 2020.

In the same vein, five-year rates rose to -0.175% from -0.192% on Wednesday after reversing to an all-time low of -0.506% on December 15, 2020.

Two-year rates rose to -0565% from -0570% on Wednesday, hitting an all-time low of -0.814% on November 29, 2021.

Interest rates in Spain and Greece have been falling for two years and rising for two longer periods.

Interest on sovereign debt in Portugal, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Spain 8:30 a.m .:

2 years … 5 years … 10 years

Portugal

13/01 …… -0,565… -0,175… ..0,581

12/01 …… -0,570 -0,192… ..0,563

Greece

13/01 …… -0,349… .0,717 …… 1,545

12/01 …… -0,339… .0,702 1,524

Ireland

13/01 …… -0,566 -0,264 …… 0,349

12/01 …… -0,574… -0,285 …… 0,328

Italy

13/01 …… -0,088… .0,483 …… 1,289

12/01 …… -0,108… .0,460 1,262

Spain

13/01 …… -0,519… -0,076 0,642

12/01 …… -0,513… -0,096 …… 0,625

Source: Bloomberg bid value (interest required by investors to borrow) compared to the end of last session.

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