Ratings agency Fitch cut its outlook for Italy on Friday, saying weak growth, high debt and the uncertain outcome of a planned referendum posed risks.
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ROME, Oct 21- Ratings agency Fitch cut its outlook for Italy on Friday, saying weak growth, high debt and the uncertain outcome of a planned referendum posed risks to the euro zone's third-largest economy. "Even in the event of a' yes' vote, Italy would face elections by May 2018, with populist and eurosceptic parties currently performing well in opinion polls," Fitch...
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