Euro up on Italian auction relief, but seen vulnerable – Reuters

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Euro up on Italian auction relief, but seen vulnerable
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By Anirban Nag. LONDON | Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:33am EST. LONDON (Reuters) – The euro rose on Wednesday on relief that Italy was able to sell bonds despite mounting political instability, though gains could be temporary with many investors looking to sell
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