Danish fund may snap up Portugal's bonds as prices slump

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DENMARK/PORTUGAL - Denmark's second-biggest pension fund said it may snap up Portuguese bonds if they keep falling after the country became the third euro member to seek a bailout since Greece's fiscal woes triggered the sovereign debt crisis.

"Currently we are overweight Ireland compared to Portugal," Henrik Henriksen, chief of strategy at Copenhagen- based PFA Pension, said today in an e-mailed reply to questions. "If Portuguese bond prices...

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