The Spanish government Monday launched its long-awaited 50-year bond

The Spanish government Monday launched its long-awaited 50-year bond, stretching the maturity of the country’s debt into new territory, the finance ministry said. The country raised 1 billion euros ($1.31 billion) through a so-called private placement, meaning the bonds were sold directly to specific investors.

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