Italian, Spanish banks load up more on government debt: ECB
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Banks in Italy and Spain stuffed their coffers with government bonds last month, European Central Bank data showed on Monday, in the latest sign they have been using ultra-cheap three-year ECB funds to stock up on sovereign debt.
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