Intl Bonds-Euro corps rise as investors bet on growth

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LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) - European corporate bonds rose on Friday, with autos and insurance extending recent gains as investors bet on faster growth, while Telecom Italia announced $2 billion of new borrowing. The FTSE Euro Corporate Bond Index showed investment-grade corporate bonds in euros yielding an average 65.4 basis points more than similarly dated government bonds at around 1508 GMT, one basis point less on the day. Insurance bonds gained as Germany's Munich Re , the world's ...

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