The weekend announcement by Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti that he will resign triggered a rush to sell off Italian debt and stocks, as investors blanched at the uncertainty that will follow the departure of “Super Mario.”
Below are some frequently asked questions about Italy’s elections that begin tomorrow and conclude the following day.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti was advised by allies in parliament to curb his criticism of his predecessor, Silvio Berlusconi, or risk seeing his government fall.
"I'm not too worried."
- Mario Monti on Apr 29, 2014
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