Italy to Sell at Least EU28 Billion of Bonds in Second Quarter

Italy plans to sell at least 28 billion euros of bonds in the second quarter, the Treasury said.

The Treasury will set a target of 9 billion euros for the sale of new zero-coupon bonds, 10 billion euros of regular bonds and 9 billion euros of floating-rate securities, the Treasury said in an e-mailed statement.

“New bonds, in addition to the above mentioned ones, could be issued during the second quarter, according to market conditions,” the Treasury said in the statement.

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