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Bonds  |  May 28, 2012 17:45:21

Italy sold at auction bonds for € 4.25 billion, but revenue rose

MILAN (MEDIAFAX) - Italy in Monday's auction sold bonds worth 4.25 billion euros, two-year bond yields jumped to its highest level since December last year. Informed the agency said.

Italy has sold zero-coupon bonds with a maturity in 2014 for 3.5 billion euros, while the average yield reached 4.037 percent against 3.355 percent from the comparable auction of 24 of April.

Even in March amounted to two-year Italian bonds yield "only" 2.35 percent. Italian two-year bond interest thus received the highest level since last December.

The main reason is the uncertainty caused by investors' fears about the performance of Greece in the euro area and the deepening problems in Spain.

Italy sold a planned maximum amount of bonds, with demand oversubscribed 1.66 times.

Italy has also placed two inflation-linked bonds with maturities in 2016 and in 2017 a total of 750 million euros.

Tomáš Králíček,

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