Italy sells 3-yr bond below market yield
| MILAN May 14 (Reuters) – Italian borrowing costs remained under pressure on Monday at the first bond auction by a peripheral euro zone issuer after a Greek vote brought into question the country's euro membership, unsettling markets.
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