Business Daily - Uncertain Italy
Italy's election ends in deadlock. It's prompted alarm on the world's financial markets, and doubts about what it will mean for Italy's reform agenda, and for the euro itself.
Italy's election has ended in deadlock. With no clear winner, the world's financial markets have reacted with alarm. We talk to two economists - Dr Paula Subacchi, Research Director at Chatham House, and Georg Grodski, head of credit research at Legal and General - about what this will mean for Italy's efforts to escape its worst recession in decades, and what it might mean for the eurozone.