Nicola Nobile, lead economist at Oxford Economics speaks with Bloomberg’s Maria Tadeo and Matt Miller in a special episode of the Brussels Edition.
Discussing how the rally in Italian assets reflects a realignment of eurosceptic political forces moving away from anti-EU pledges, including quitting the currency, under a government led by former ECB president Mario Draghi.
While that’s supportive for Italian bonds, Nicola examines how the real challenges for the economy will come in the next two years as Italy deals with the fallout of the coronavirus.
Listen to the full interview below.
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