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Eurozone | 19 October 2018 A Closer Look at Italy's Budget Plan for 2019 the EU Won't Like It
Italian bond yields have remained elevated this week, following the release of the government's detailed draft budget for 2019.

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19 October 2018 A Closer Look at Italy's Budget Plan for 2019 the EU Won't Like It

By Claus Vistesen

Italian bond yields have remained elevated this week, following the release of the government's detailed draft budget for 2019.

Posted: 19th Oct 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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