borrowing cost

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Spanish sovereign borrowing costs have eased in past weeks, but only because the European Central Bank has said it is willing to buy an unlimited amount of Spanish government bonds to curb rates.
In an interview published on Thursday, Peter Bofinger, an economic adviser to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, praised Monti's reform efforts and said Italy's borrowing costs of 6.
Italy is seeking help to ease its borrowing costs at the European summit this week.
The coupon rate, or the interest rate stated on a bond when it is issued, declined on lower long-term borrowing costs, with investors increasingly purchasing Japanese government debt and other relatively safer assets amid uncertainty over the sovereign debt crisis in Europe.
17 after the single currency was boosted by the slight easing in Spain and Italy's borrowing costs.
Borrowing costs in Spain, which is holding a general election this weekend, were its highest since 1997 and the same level that left Ireland and Portugal in need of bail-outs.
The post Post-bailout Cyprus may see borrowing costs rise again appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
The Chinese central bank has lowered its borrowing costs.
4% in the ten years from independence to achieve the Maastricht Treaty agreed debt-to-GDP ratio of 60% under borrowing costs likely to be as much as 1.
The agency said that as domestic interest rates are also rising most companies will face higher borrowing costs after refinancing of existing debt.
As in 1994, the Fed's more hawkish posture has resulted in rising borrowing costs outside of the US.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) has hired banks for a possible dollar-denominated bond sale as UAE companies seek to benefit from lower borrowing costs says Bloomberg
The chamber said businesses across the country were benefiting from borrowing costs that were much lower than a year ago.
Summary: Rising borrowing costs may become a major hurdle Australia's nascent economic recovery in the months ahead: while the RBA has kept benchmark interest rates.
The Bank of England is this week expected to leave interest rates on hold for the first time since it started slashing borrowing costs in October.