European Economics

European Economics Update

6 August, 2018

Buybacks just a temporary respite for Italian bonds

The Italian Treasury’s latest debt buyback has helped to contain a rise in yields related to concerns over Budget plans. But such operations can offer only temporary respite. We see the Italian 10-year yield rising to 3.5% by year-end, even assuming that pre-election pledges are far from fully implemented.

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