Slovenian Bond Yields at New Record Lows

25 Nov 2014 / By STA, T. M.

The yield on Slovenian 10-year bonds hit a new low since the country joined the eurozone in 2007, dipping by a 1 basis point to 2.35% on the MTS electronic exchange in afternoon trading on Tuesday.

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