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Italy plans to sell at least 28 billion euros of bonds in the second quarter, the Treasury said.
The Treasury will set a target of 9 billion euros for the sale of new zero-coupon bonds, 10 billion euros of regular bonds and 9 billion euros of floating-rate securities, the Treasury said in an e-mailed statement.
“New bonds, in addition to the above mentioned ones, could be issued during the second quarter, according to market conditions,” the Treasury said in the statement.
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