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Spain’s borrowing costs surged at a bond auction Thursday as official data confirmed the country fell back into recession in the first quarter due to government austerity measures. The treasury raised 2.494 billion euros ($3.173 billion) in a sale of three- and four-year bonds, near the maximum targeted…


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