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Italy: budget hurdle cleared, but debt risks remain

Italy’s draft 2023 budget confirms that, for now, the new right-wing government is committed to fiscal responsibility. As a result, the risk of turbulence in BTP markets has fallen, but it remains high given Italy’s large public debt and the prospect of a recession and further ECB rate hikes.

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