This Friday morning, yields on Portuguese two-year bonds rose to 0.914%, up from 0.852% the day before.
Yields on Portuguese debt rose again on Friday across all maturities for the third day in a row, a trend followed by Spain, Italy and Ireland.
At around 09h10 am Lisbon time, yields on Portuguese two-year bonds rose to 0.914%, up from 0.852% the day before.
On June 14, it was 1.610%, a maximum since April 2014, and the all-time low of -0.814% on November 29, 2021.
Five-year bonds were also tracking higher, to 1.545%, up from the 1.458% recorded at the same time on Thursday.
On 14 June, interest on Portuguese five-year bonds reached 2.475%, the highest since April 2017, after setting a low of -0.506% on December 15, 2020.
The 10-year bonds rose to 2.240%, up from 2.168% in the previous session. On 14 June, they were at 3.100%, a high since August 2017.
In this maturity, interest ended in negative terrain on 8, 11 and 15 January 2020 and reached the current all-time low of -0.059% on December 15, 2020.
Yields on debt in Spain, Italy and Ireland were rising on all maturities, while in Greece they were down on the two-year maturity and up on the remaining maturities.