Italy eyes up linker syndication after passing auction test
The Republic of Italy will opt for a eurozone inflation-linked trade if it comes back with another syndication this year, EuroWeek can reveal, although the well-funded issuer could rely on its auction programme until the new year.
A first seven year Italian deal of the euro era could also follow in the medium term if investors continue to show interest in the maturity.
Italy — which auctioned five and 15 year inflation-linked bonds earlier in the week — would print in the 10 year part
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