Bank of Italy cautious on sovereign bonds


Italy's sovereign and commercial bonds are attracting more investors, according to a financial stability report published by the central bank on November 12, but risks remain.

Pressure on the Italian government securities market has eased since the height of the crisis, with sovereign bond spreads in Italy narrowing as foreign investors have returned to the market, the report said. Liquidity in the secondary market for government securities has also continued to improve.

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