By David Goodman and Keith Jenkins, Bloomberg |
July 13, 2012
Italy’s 10-year bonds fell for a second day, pushing the yield above 6 percent, after Moody’s Investors Service cut the nation’s credit rating by two steps and reiterated its negative outlook.
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