Expertise Investment View
04 Juin 2018

Italy is back in the headlines and dominating market direction again. It is not the first time, but it has been a while since Italian politics were able to feed broader worries over sustainability of the Eurozone project. And the latter is the core reason why markets are responding more forcefully than they have done in years. Despite all Italy’s problems in terms of political instability, lack of structural reform and lingering debt burdens, it is really only when developments in Italy start to increase the probability of a Eurozone break-up that markets start to worry seriously.