Italy overwhelmingly voted to reject constitutional reforms on Sunday, what's next for the third largest economy in the eurozone?
Italian PM Matteo Renzi’s defeat in a referendum over constitutional reforms is a harbinger of further uncertainty in Europe.
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Recapitalization of Italy's troubled banks will be harder following the failure of a referendum pushed by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has resigned after suffering a humiliating defeat in a referendum aimed at constitutional changes to the upper house.
Italians started voting on Sunday in a referendum on constitutional reform, with Prime Minister Matteo Renzi promising to resign if he loses the ballot.
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Renzi made a final appeal to Italians on Friday to support a crucial referendum to change the constitution.
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Italian citizens will vote on constitutional reform on Sunday in what is seen by many analysts as the most significant European political event of 2016.
Brexit fears for U.K. based companies were stoked on Friday as multi-national businesses continued to eye a move abroad.
Dovish words from the European Central Bank have fueled talk of more accommodative monetary policy if Italians vote 'no' on Sunday.
Sunday's Italian referendum is the current hot concern of investors who are eyeing Italian and German yields for clues.
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Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Eurogroup president, tells CNBC's Nancy Hungerford that the market reaction to Italy's referendum result requires no emergency steps.