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Italy Is Likely to Issue Shorter Term Debt in First Part of 2012

Jan 17 2012 13:31:06 in Market

News Italy is set to issue more shorter term debt at the start of 2012, but return to a more normal pattern by the second half of the year, senior Treasury official said The overall situation in Italy remained uncertain after the ratings downgrade by S&P,Treasury director general Maria Cannat... Read more

Euro Zone Leaders Should Help Easing Borrowing Costs for Italy says Monti

Jan 17 2012 02:31:08 in Market

News Leaders of Euro zone should help easing Italian borrowing costs said Prime Minister Monti in an interview with FT He specifically urged Germany to do so as it's in Germany's self interest He also urged creditors to take note of what is done by indebted courtiers to tackle... Read more

Research: True Test Lies ahead When France and Italy Tap the Market for New Funds

Jan 16 2012 15:31:02 in Market

Quotes from Societe Generale Cross Asset Research: -The downgrade of eurozone member states by ratings agency S&P had long been anticipated by the sovereign debt markets before last Friday and so it comes as no real surprise to see only a minor reaction in bond yield this m... Read more

S&p to Downgrade Italy, Spain and Portugal by Two Notches - Echos Report

Jan 13 2012 18:31:36 in Market

News: S&P will downgrade ratings of Italy, Spain and Portugal by two notches -Le Echos, French daily reported without naming sources The newspaper said the ratings agency will cut France and Austria by a single notch The newspaper also said that S&P would spare Germany, the Netherlands... Read more

Research: Italy Looks the Most Challenged

Jan 13 2012 15:31:48 in Market

Quotes from Societe Generale Cross Asset Research: -Gross funding needs of eurozone sovereigns in 2012 are massive at €1,500bn including short-term debt securities and budget deficits. Of this, €830bn comes from core eurozone countries and €660bn from peripherals. Read more

Italy Raises EUR 4.75 Bln As 3-year Borrowing Costs Fall

Jan 13 2012 13:31:04 in Market

Proceeds from the sale of Italian bonds on Friday matched the maximum target and borrowing costs also fell, but it was not viewed as successful as that of yesterday's Spanish debt auction. Italy successfully sold EUR 4.75 billion of debt in its first bond auction of the year. Read more

Euro Drops After Italy Bond Auction Results

Jan 13 2012 12:31:45 in Market

During the European session on Friday, the euro slipped against its major counterparts as Italy's bond auction results, though successful, failed to match Spain's stellar performance at debt sale on Thursday. Italy successfully sold EUR 4. Read more

Italy Debt Auction Meets Target, Yields Fall

Jan 13 2012 11:31:03 in Market

Italy successfully sold EUR 4.75 billion of debt in its first bond auction of the year on Friday, meeting the maximum target set for the sale and at a lower cost. The Treasury sold EUR 3 billion of 6 percent November 2014 bonds or BTPs at a yield of 4.83 percent, which was less than 5. Read more

Italy Nov 2014 Btp Bond Yield slips Below 5 Pct in Secondary Mkts.

Jan 13 2012 09:31:03 in Market

News Italy bond yield on the Nov 2014 BTP fell below 5 pct on thesecondary market from around 5.1 pct in the auction Italy will sell up to 3 bln Euros of its three-year benchmark maturing in Nov 2014 and two off-the-run issues due in July 2014 and Aug 2018. Read more

Euro Stoxx 50 Volatility Index Hits 5-Month Low, Plunge 4.3 Pct ahead of Italy Bond Auction

Jan 13 2012 09:31:03 in Market

News Euro STOXX 50 volatility index dropped 4.3 pct , hitting a five-month low ahead of a Italy's latest bondauction.  The VSTOXX fell to 27.3, a level not seen since early Aug, signals that investors' risk appetite is improving. Read more

Euro Steadies As ECB Pauses, Italy Gets Reprieve From Bond Markets

Jan 12 2012 14:31:08 in Market

The euro clawed back from a 16-month low versus the dollar on Thursday, supported by some relatively encouraging short-term debt auctions in Italy and Spain. Read more

Spain, Italy Witness Successful Debt Sales

Jan 12 2012 13:01:04 in Market

Spain and Italy kicked off this year's debt issuance with successful auctions, raising nearly EUR 22 billion on Thursday, indicating some improvement in investor sentiment. An auction of 2015 and 2016 bonds or Bonos saw Spain raising EUR 9. Read more

Research: Italy Should be Able to Withstand Yields in Excess of 7% for Some Time

Jan 12 2012 12:31:22 in Market

Quotes from Societe Generale Cross Asset Research: -Given the reasonably long debt duration, particularly of its externally held debt, Italy should be able to withstand yields in excess of 7% for some time, and more so than Portugal. Read more

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