EURO GOVT-Spanish yields fall as cheaper debt lures buyers
LONDON Feb 8 (Reuters) - Spanish government bond yields fell on Friday with traders citing some buying by domestic investors mainly in shorter-dated maturities cheapened after a sell-off this week.
"We have seen a little bit of buying...a bit of repositioning," a trader said.
Spanish two-year yields were last 10 basis points down on the day at 2.72 percent with 10-year bonds yielding 5.33 percent, down 9 bps.
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