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How worried should we be about Italy’s public debt?

The recent shift towards looser fiscal policy in Italy and increase in sovereign bond yields once again have raised concerns that investors may lose confidence in Italy’s ability to sustain its debt burden. We don’t think this will morph into an acute sell-off in the near future, but longer-term risks have clearly risen.

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