Italian bonds rose, pushing 10-year yields toward the lowest level in seven weeks, after the nation sold its maximum target at an auction of zero-coupon and inflation-linked debt.
German bunds gained amid speculation the US Federal Reserve is preparing to increase debt purchases to cap borrowing costs, spurring bets other nations will follow. Greek two-year notes fell amid speculation private-sector creditors may be willing to accept a lower coupon in a debt swap being negotiated...
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