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Eurozone | 1 October 2018 Italy's 2019 Budget Plans are Not as Bad as the Market Thinks
Bond investors in Italy voted with their feet on Friday with news that the government has agreed a 2019 budget deficit of 2.4%.

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1 October 2018 Italy's 2019 Budget Plans are Not as Bad as the Market Thinks

By Claus Vistesen

Bond investors in Italy voted with their feet on Friday with news that the government has agreed a 2019 budget deficit of 2.4%.

Posted: 1st Oct 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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