Greece's 10-year bond yield on Thursday was equal to1.10% while the yield on Italian equivalent securities rose to1.16%.
"The yields of both countries, which peaked during the euro debt crisis, remain very low by historical standards, but the rehabilitation of the Greek bond market was the most spectacular," the British newspaper said.
The Italian economy, the Ft observes, "remains mired in slow growth. Although S&P estimates that Italian debt offers better guarantees than the Greek one, Italy has a negative outlook ".
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