Italian Two-Year Note Yields Fall to Lowest Since October 2010

Italian government bonds advanced, pushing the yield on the nation’s two-year notes down to the lowest level since October 2010.

The two-year rate dropped nine basis points to 1.67 percent at 3:15 p.m. London time, while the yield on the nation’s 10- year bonds declined four basis points to 4.23 percent.

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