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MADRID, Dec 13 (Reuters) Spain's Treasury said on Monday it is targeting up to 6 billion euros in debt issues on Tuesday and Thursday. It is targeting between 2 billion and 3 billion euros in 12- and 18-month bills at an auction on Tuesday and between 2 billion and 3 billion euros in 10- and 15-year bonds on Thursday.

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DUBLIN, Dec 13 (Reuters) Ireland's main opposition Fine Gael party confirmed it will oppose Wednesday's parliamentary vote on the EU/IMF bailout, a move that is unlikely to affect the government's chances of approving the deal.
A senior Fine Gael member said on Sunday that it will seek to renegotiate the 85 billion euros rescue package to get a lower interest rate if it is elected to power next year, adding that he expected the party to oppose the vote. A spokesman for the centre-right party, which is expected to form a coalition government with the centre-left Labour party following a parliamentary election early next year, confirmed to Reuters on Monday that Fine Gael would oppose the vote.
Labour, who are also campaigning to redraw the terms of the bailout, will also oppose the motion announced by Prime Minister Brian Cowen last week after he initially said he would not seek parliamentary approval for the agreement.
Cowen passed three of the four votes underpinning the 2011 budget last week and the two independent MPs that usually prop up his slim majority have said they will vote in favour of the rescue package. A third independent MP who traditionally votes against the government was quoted by The Irish Times on Monday as saying he would also side with the government on Wednesday. The IMF's board will vote on its portion 22.5 billion euros of the bailout on Thursday, provided the Irish parliament approves the package


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public finances.
Italy entered the financial crisis in a more difficult
position than other countries because of its public debt,
Berlusconi told the Senate in Rome today. This debt exposed
Italy to speculative attacks. While at first in the acronym
Pigs the i referred to Italy, it no longer does.
Berlusconi was commenting one day before his governments
survival is decided by confidence votes in parliament.


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FRANKFURT, Dec 13 (Reuters) The pace of the European Central Bank's government bond purchases picked up last week, but remained well below levels reached last spring, casting doubt over speculation that the bank had moved the programme up a gear. The ECB said it had bought 2.667 billion euros worth of bonds in the week to Dec. 3, up from 1.965 billion the previous week and taking the programme's overall total to 72 billion euros. It is the biggest weekly amount since late June, although it remains just a fraction of the 16.5 billion spent during the first week of the programme back in May.The figures may not give the full picture. The ECB adds the caveat that the total may be higher than reported as purchases take 2-3 days to be finalised.
The ECB can buy government and corporate bonds under the purchase programme but it has given no further details, such as how much it could spend or how long it intends to buy for.The purchases are the central bank's contribution to a 750 billion euro EU/IMF rescue package hastily brought in at the height of the debt crisis in May. Most analysts believe it is concentrating its purchases exclusively on euro zone debt trouble spots Ireland, Greece and Portugal.
Buying has been erratic so far. Having spent 16.5 billion euros in the first week, purchases slowed to a trickle by early August. They then increased moderately in September as Irish and Portuguese fears escalated, only to grind to a halt in October. They also remain at the centre of an internal rift within the ECB.
Influential policymaker Axel Weber recently voiced his criticism, saying the purchases had not calmed debt markets as intended and should be scrapped. Italy's central bank chief Mario Draghi warned on Friday that the ECB had to tread carefully with the purchases.
The ECB publishes the amount of bonds it has purchased on a weekly basis every Monday.
As usual it will take one-week deposits from banks on Tuesday to offset the inflationary impact of pumping money into the financial system via its bond purchases.


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