Lowest yield in almost two years follows German court's OK of ECB bond buys.
By Lorenzo Totaro, Bloomberg|September 13, 2012 at 05:15 AM
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Italy sold three-year debt at the lowest rate in almost two years, a day after Germany’s top constitutional court paved the way for the European Central Bank and the European Union to buy bonds of nations in distress.
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