Italian bonds rallied as investors put aside concerns that a new government would renege on commitments needed to unlock about 200 billion euros ($204 billion) of European Union funds, sending the 10-year yield below 3% for the first time since May. Buyers are taking comfort from a Bloomberg News report Friday that far-right leader Giorgia Meloni, who is leading in opinion polls ahead of snap elections in September, plans to stick to European Union budget rules if she wins, according to officials familiar with her thinking.