Italian 10-Year Bonds Stay Higher as Nation Auctions Index-Linkeed Bonds

Italian 10-year bonds stayed higher after the nation sold 567 million euros ($759 million) of inflation-linked securities maturing in September 2023.

The rate on the 10-year bonds slid 15 basis points to 7.12 percent at 10:16 a.m. London time.

The nation sold the index-linked debt with a yield of 7.3 percent.

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