Italian short-dated bond futures may offer investors better protection against price swings in Irish and Portuguese debt than contracts tied to longer-maturity securities or German notes, according to UniCredit SpA.
Euro-area banks may tap the European Central Bank next week for almost as much three-year cash as they did in December in an operation that could prolong a rally in bond markets.
"January is always the busiest month of the year in terms of supply."
- Luca Cazzulani on Jan 15, 2015
Cazzulani Says 7% Italy Yield Doesn’t Matter