Japan announced that it was prepared to buy bonds from Eurozone countries even as Portugal continues to deny it will require an emergency bailout. Yields on Portuguese 10-year bonds remained above 7 percent on Tuesday, a level widely regarded as unsustainable, despite European Central Bank intervention to buy them reported by traders on Monday.
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