Italian Notes Rise After Sale; Spanish Debt Slides on DowngradeLucy Meakin and Lukanyo Mnyanda
Italian bonds advanced for a second day as the nation’s borrowing costs fell at a sale of 6 billion euros ($7.9 billion) of debt.
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