Spain And Italy Recoupling?

The penultimate week of May started with the sovereign credit markets in risk averse mode. For once it wasn’t Greece that damaged sentiment but the two countries regarded as the safest of the “PIIGS” -- Italy and Spain.

  • 27 May 2011

The penultimate week of May started with the sovereign credit markets in risk averse mode. For once it wasn’t Greece that damaged sentiment but the two countries regarded as the safest of the “PIIGS” -- Italy and Spain.

Late on May 20, Standard & Poor’s placed Italy’s “A+” ...

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