The Spanish risk premium advances this Wednesday to stand above 150 basis points, which places it at June 2016 levels, waiting to know the decisions will be taken tomorrow in Europe on how to finance the "reconstruction" after the coronavirus crisis.
While with the yield on the national bond rises to 1.08%. On the other hand, the yield on the German bond, whose difference with the Spanish one measures the risk premium, reaches -0.459%.
The rise in the Spanish risk premium occurs despite the urgent intervention carried out by the European Central Bank (ECB) on March 19, it launched a 750,000 million euro bond purchase program.
Meanwhile, in so-called "peripheral" countries, risk premiums they also move up. Specifically, Italy's rose to 265 basis points, Portugal's to 172, and Greece's to 293.
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