Italy Rates Drop at Bill Auction as Concerns EaseChiara Vasarri
Italy’s borrowing costs fell at an auction of one-year bills today as the prospect that the European Central Bank could buy bonds more than offset concern that Prime Minister Mario Monti’s resignation would derail the nation’s attempts to cut its debt.
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