Italy ‘committed to dollar market’, says debt chief

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By Burhan Khadbai
10 Oct 2019

After making a strong return to the dollar bond market for the first time since 2010, Italy aims to become a frequent issuer in the currency once again, according to the sovereign’s funding head.

“The idea is to be committed to the dollar market and to try and price bonds with different maturities,” Davide Iacovoni, director general, public debt at the Italian Treasury, told GlobalCapital.

Iacovoni said Italy would ideally like to issue at least one dollar bond per year to return ...

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