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Mario Monti takes charge; Italy sells bonds; Markets reverse early gains; Kingspan results; Jobs for Dundalk; Quinn rebranding.

14th November, 2011
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Mario Monti takes charge; Italy sells bonds; Markets reverse early gains; Kingspan results; Jobs for Dundalk; Quinn rebranding.

* Italy sold €3 billion of five-year bonds, the maximum target, at the highest yield in more than 14 years as Mario Monti seeks to form a new government to restore investor confidence in public finances.

* Can the Super Mario Brothers save Europe? asks Cliff Taylor.

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