'We should now call this a crisis': Italian bond yields surge to highest since 2012 amid snap election fears
Government bond yields soar
Euro up against most major currencies
Political concerns remain
With the Catalan crisis stalled, for now at least, all eyes have been on political risk in Italy and some arduous deal-making in Germany. After Sunday's result, Italy is likely to lurch into some frenzied horse-trading, but where will Merkel's new coalition...
Hung parliament most likely result
Issues in the campaign included relationship with the EU
Country goes to polls on 4 March
Who would have thought 12 months ago that Europe would have become the destination of choice for investors in 2017? What has changed?
Improved political visibility
German and Italian elections to come
Italy remains a risk
Paul Jackson, head of research at Source, looks at how the changing political landscape has helped Europe - while hurting the UK, US and Brazil.
Carmignac's Saint-Georges on managing 'unknown risks'
European political fears are overstated
Issues profit warning
Three key elections ahead
Third-largest bank in Italy
Five managers give their views
It is easy to get lost in the many headlines proclaiming impending doom for Italy's banking system (especially following the 'no' vote in the constitutional referendum), or in the complex details of state aid and debt burden sharing.
UK "sat on its own" at negotiating table
'Brexit will become Bremain'
Fund managers have warned of short-term volatility following Italy's vote against constitutional reform in this weekend's referendum, which they say could "exert a baleful influence" on the country's struggling banking sector.