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Italy sold €11 billion of short-term bills paying 2.84 percent to sell one-year debt up from 1.41 percent at the previous auction. The Italian market rallied after the successful auction. Meanwhile Germany's bond auction flopped after yields hit a record low.
Alcoa reported Q1 net income of $105 million or $0.10 per share beating expectations of a loss of $0.04 per share. Revenue beat expectations rising nine percent year-over-year to $6 billion.
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