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Italy’s Bonds Rise as BlackRock, Goldman Say Don’t Fear Greece

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Italy’s 30-year bonds rose, pushing yields down to a record, as the European Central Bank’s newly announced bond-buying plan shielded the securities from contagion after anti-austerity party Syriza won elections in Greece. 

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Markets Take Greek Election Result in Stride

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ECB’s Bond-Buying Stimulus Program Seen Protecting Against Eurozone Contagion Anxiety

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Grexit still unlikely after Syriza win

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By Hugo Dixon

Hugo Dixon is Editor-at-Large, Reuters News. The opinions expressed are his own.

Syriza’s resounding election victory has pushed Greece closer to quitting the euro zone. But a so-called Grexit is still not the most probable outcome, as the radical left group should be able to cut a deal with its European creditors to avoid bankruptcy provided both sides show maturity.

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Greece’s debt pile: is it really unsustainable?

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Ferdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent, Financial Times

Whatever government emerges after Greece’s parliamentary election, Athens will soon lock horns with its international creditors over its mountain of public debt, which stands at about 175 per cent of gross domestic product.
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Greek Bonds Slip on Syriza Victory as ECB Buying Mutes Contagion

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Greece’s government bonds fell after Syriza, a party committed to renegotiating the country’s debt obligations, triumphed in a general election.