JP Morgan Shuns Italian Bonds on `Fraught’ Negotiations

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Diana Amoa, fixed income portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the outlook for Italian bonds amid her expectation of “fraught” headlines while the country’s coalition government attempts to reconcile expensive campaign promises with euro-area fiscal rules. For more trends in fixed income, visit the Fixed Income Channel.

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