The yields on Portuguese debt were falling this Monday to a new all-time low at two years, compared to last Friday.
The yields on Portuguese debt were falling on Monday to a new all-time low at two years, also falling at five years and rising at 10 years, compared to Friday, similarly to Spain.
At 09h20 am in Lisbon, 10-year interest rates were up to 0.363%, from 0.297% on Friday, after ending in negative terrain in the sessions of January 08, 11 and 15, against the current all-time low of -0.059%, on December 15 2020.
The 10-year interest rates were also in negative territory between December 08 and 16 last year.
Five-year interest rates were down to -0.451%, down from -0.448% on Friday, after dropping to the current all-time low of -0.506% on 15 December 15, 2020.
In the same direction were two-year interest rates, down to -0.810%, a new all-time low, from -0.801% on Friday.