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Europe markets sanguine about Italian referendum defeat

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After the referendum vote that rejected the Italian government's bid to alter the Constitution, banking stocks fell, and so did government bonds and the euro, but all recovered thereafter.

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ITALY began the week with the threat of expectations of an election and a banking crisis, following the government's referendum defeat. Instead, after an initial plunge, banking stocks, government bonds and the euro revived on hopes that the European Central Bank (ECB) would come

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