Spain Plunders 90% Of Social Security Fund To Buy Its Own Debt (via Market Shadows)

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here. Submitted by Tyler Durden. With Spanish 10Y yields hovering at a 'relatively' healthy 5%, having been driven inexorably lower on the promise of ECB assistance at some time in the future, the market has become increasingly unsure of just who it is that…



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