Investment commentators have warned fresh turmoil in Italy could lead the eurozone back into crisis, but this time the European Central Bank (ECB) will not have the monetary levers required to tackle problems when they arise.
Political risk in Europe reared its head again in Italy last week as, after two months of deadlock since the Italian elections, populist parties Five Star Movement and Lega finally agreed the outlines...
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