With Italian politics still in a stalemate following elections in early March, one lawmaker from the ruling Democratic Party (PD) has ruled out the possibility of his party making alliances with its main rivals. » Read More
The government formation process from here will therefore be marked by horse-trading and backdoor discussions. » Read More
By: Holly Ellyatt
Silvio Berlusconi will support the leader of Italy's euroskeptic partner the League in attempts to form a government, the former prime minister said. » Read More
Alessandro Benetton also dismissed suggestions that Italy should ditch the euro. » Read More
The anti-establishment 5 Star Movement (M5S) and the right-wing Lega party were arguably the main winners at Italy's election on Sunday, with both parties seeing their share of the vote grow dramatically.
Italy's election result showed a seismic shift in the country's political scene that could affect the country's ties to Europe.
The leader of Italy's right-wing Lega (League) party said the center-right coalition has the "right and duty" to govern the country.
Alessandro Benetton, founder and chairman at 21 Investimenti, discusses the outcome of Sunday's Italian election.
Italy is headed towards a hung parliament Monday, following an election that saw voters shun mainstream politics and opt for more anti-establishment parties.
CNBC's Joumanne Bercetche reports on the market reaction to the Italian election result with comment from Lorenzo Fontana, deputy leader of the Lega party.
Sunday's election in Italy gave no party a clear majority, leaving one of Europe's biggest economies politically unstable for now.
Currency traders largely disregarded the Italian election on Monday morning as they waited for further clarity on the future government.
Fabio Sattin, chairman at Private Equity Partners, explains his view that "Italy is still interesting for investment."
Rado Fonda, research director at SWG, discusses the outcome of the Italian election.
CNBC's Willem Marx discusses local news coverage of the Italian election.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Rome, Italy, on the potential composition of a new coalition government in Italy.
Alessandro Tentori, CIO for Italy at AXA Investment Managers, speaks about the nervous market reaction to Italy's election result.
CNBC's Joumanna Bercetche reports on the financial ramifications of Italy's recent election.
"Italian elections are mainly a local issue at this stage," says Matteo Ramenghi, chief investment officer for Italy at UBS.
Enea Desideri, analyst at Open Europe, says the Italian election outcome was the result of protest, but not euroskeptic, votes.