State issuers refuse to be bullied by the market
Since the Kingdom of Spain re-opened capital markets for southern European sovereigns in bold style in July, the country’s fortunes have been improving. Katie Llanos-Small looks at how public sector borrowers have coped through the market’s many turns, and how they are preparing for what may be to come.
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