The results of Italy’s general election this week (February 24-25) have caused much worry, both nationally and beyond. The inconclusive ballot results have already impacted the country’s markets, undoing much of the progress experienced under ousted Prime Minister Mario Monti. The outgoing PM’s austerity programme had managed to somewhat soothe the struggling Italian economy in recent times – but clearly not the hearts of hard-hit citizens.

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