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High bond yields to push up Italy’s debt ratio to 150%

The prospect of a long period of high bond yields and some signs of fiscal slippage by Prime Minister Meloni’s government have worsened the outlook for public finances in Italy. We now think the debt ratio is likely to increase rather than to fall in the coming years and that in turn means that investor concerns about Italy’s public finances may well intensify in the future.

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