He added that with the bailout, Spain's debt-to-gross domestic product ratio â¿¿ which was a relatively low 68.5 percent at the end of last year â¿¿ could shoot up to the 90s next year. And bond yields will remain high.If the ratio gets up to Greek levels of 120 percent or so, and 10-year yields close in on the near-7-percent levels Spain hit several weeks ago "then people will ask that question about a second bailout" for Spain, Miller said.
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