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Not built in a day

28 December 2011 By Neil Unmack

Italy’s funding costs halved in auctions on Dec. 28, as its bond market started to behave a bit more normally. Cheap ECB funds may have helped, as well as Rome’s new commitment to austerity. But while Italy has taken one step back from the abyss, it still faces huge hurdles.

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