Italian Yields Reach 7%, French Debt Slides
By Paul DobsonItalian bonds led a slump in euro-area government debt as investors abandoned all but the safest assets amid rising borrowing costs at auctions and concern the region’s financial woes are deteriorating.
“It’s a confidence crisis,” said Elwin de Groot, a senior market economist at Rabobank Nederland in Utrecht, Netherlands.“Investors have no confidence that the euro zone can solve its problems. They will look for the most safe place they can store their money, which is Germany. Everything else is suffering.”
Comment: Speculators of all world unite to bring it down.