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20th May 2022 00:10Eurozone, Daily Monitor

BTP yields have risen further than their counterparts in recent months, as ECB tightening edges closer.

More issuance and the end to QE point to a further increase in long-term bond yields in Italy.

The BTP yield curve will steepen further, despite higher ECB policy rates driving up short rates.

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