The riskier Italian government bonds than those of Greece – Repubblica.it

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MILAN – Italy exceeds Greece: it is the most risky debtor country in the euro area. The yields on Athens bonds fell below those of Italy for the first time since 2008. The yield on Greece's 10-year bonds – the Financial Times reports – stood at 1.10%. The yield on Italian equivalent securities rose to 1.16%. "The returns of both countries, shot up during the debt crisis, remain very low compared to historical standards, but – underlines the British financial newspaper – the recovery of the Greek bond market was more spectacular".

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