"Italy will not be another Greece", said former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in July 2015.
Nearly four years later the country's sovereign debt markets show they may be closer than ever before. Italy can borrow for five years at a rate of 1.85% and Greece can now borrow at a slightly lower rate...
Two breaches of 10% limit last year
Cash balance surges
Several caveats to Bank of England's hawkish stance
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