Brokers work in a trading room of a Portuguese bank, Wednesday, ...
Jan 4th, 2012
(AP) - Brokers work in a trading room of a Portuguese bank, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012, in Lisbon. Portugal has paid a markedly lower interest rate to borrow amidst a government austerity program aimed at winning back market confidence. Portugal's government debt agency said it sold 3-month Treasury bills following a similar auction last month. (AP Photo/ Francisco Seco) -
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