Speculation that Portugal could be the next European nation to require emergency funding pushed the yield on Portuguese bonds higher. Rumors also persist that France and Germany have both urged Portugal to accept aid from the IMF.
Portugal meanwhile – and sounding very much like Ireland before it finally admitted defeat and turned to the EU for help – still claims it will not require outside financial assistance.
Source: The Canadian Press
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