Spain's borrowing costs have risen at its latest bond auction, as Spaniards prepare to vote for a new government to tackle its financial crisis.
On money borrowed today, payable in 10 years, Spain has to pay an interest rate of 6.975%, the highest since 1997.
7% IS THE DANGER ZONE. - SO THEY ARE ON TH CUSP OF REAL DANGER.
THINGS ARE NOT GETTING BETTER IN EUROPE.
FRANCE'S INTEREST RATES ALSO CLIMBED.