6.5 billion euros - that's today's daily digit in Europe - the amount of one-year bills sold at Rome's debt auction. Yields fell to their lowest in nine months thanks to hefty redemptions boosting liquidity on the market. There were sighs of relief afterwards as it was the first auction since Prime Minister Mario Monti announced his intention to leave office early. But investors remain nervous about political uncertainty. Barclays Wealth's Will Hobbs.
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