Right-wing victory not immediate concern, but long-term risks remain
The widely-anticipated right-wing coalition victory in Italy’s general election does not pose an immediate risk to bond markets. However, the fact that the country will be governed by a group of historically euro-sceptic parties under an untested leadership raises the risk of a loss of confidence in Italy’s public finances in future.
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