According to the Portuguese Treasury and Debt Management Agency (IGCP) page at Bloomberg, the country sold €600 million of bonds maturing on 15 June 2029 (about 10 years) with a yield of 1.143%, a new record low after the yield on 13 March of 1.298%.

Another €400 million in bonds that mature on 15 April 2037 (about 18 years) commanded a yield of 1.896%, lower than the previous auction of a similar maturity when on 13 February this year, almost €300 million were sold at a yield of 2.045%.

The €1 billion collected by the IGCP was the maximum amount it expected to sell.