Eurozone equities saw the biggest fall in sentiment in May, according to the Lloyds Bank Investor Sentiment index, as investors were spooked by the post-election turmoil in Italy.
In the latest survey findings, sentiment to eurozone shares fell 15.6 percentage points to -18.9%, as investors were concerned about the ongoing political saga in Italy, which has seen Prime Minister Giuseppe...
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