Italian three-year bonds yielded 4.65 per cent versus 5.3 per cent on June 14. That’s the lowest price the country has paid to borrow since May.
It would appear that investors were not deterred by the latest rate cut earlier today from Moody’s.
Here’s a look at three-year bonds today:
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