With no clear victor, uncertainty wins Italy’s election
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Global stock markets are falling this morning after Italian voters gave the world’s eighth largest economy a dose of political uncertainty. Preliminary results indicate no political party won a clear majority in parliament.
The BBC’s Mark Duff in Milan joins Marketplace Morning Report host Jeremy Hobson to discuss what the deadlock means for a country caught between forward-looking austerity reforms and current economic hardship.
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