LONDON, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Italian government bond yields rose to a session high on Thursday, while the euro dipped after the European Commission cut Italy's growth forecast and said it anticipated a jump in the country's structural budget deficit.
The European Commission forecast the Italian economy would grow more slowly in the next two years than Rome thinks, making government budget deficits much higher than assumed by Italy while public debt would be stable rather than decline.
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