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In topsy-turvy Italian markets, sovereign debt now seen as riskier than corporate bonds - MarketWatch

In topsy-turvy Italian markets, sovereign debt now seen as riskier than corporate bondsMarketWatchAfter this week's selloff in Italian sovereign debt, 90% of the country's high-grade corporate bonds now earn a lower yield than government paper, according to an analysis by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. In other words, investors appear to view ...25-05-2018

In topsy-turvy Italian markets, sovereign debt now seen as riskier than corporate bonds
MarketWatch
After this week's selloff in Italian sovereign debt, 90% of the country's high-grade corporate bonds now earn a lower yield than government paper, according to an analysis by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. In other words, investors appear to view ...

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