Wed, 20 Jun 2012 1:24p.m.
Spain found it increasingly difficult to find buyers for its debt when it had to pay a sharply higher interest rate in an auction of short-term bonds, highlighting growing concerns that the country might eventually need foreign help to finance itself.
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