European Economics

European Economics Update

28 November, 2018

Higher interest rates in Italy to offset fiscal stimulus

We doubt that the recent rally in Italian government bonds will last. And higher yields are already feeding through to higher borrowing costs in the private sector. We think that this will offset any positive impact on GDP from looser fiscal policy in 2019, and cause growth to slow sharply in 2020.

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