Fabio Fois - Barclays Bank
Last quote by Fabio Fois
As the current government seems to have little of the political capital needed to press ahead with meaningful supply-side reforms, we expect Italy to continue to underperform peers, until political prospects for the formation of a stable pro-reform coalition government improve. Therefore, Italian sovereign risks are likely to worsen in the months ahead. The situation may not necessarily end in a full-blown crisis as in 2011, but it will require meaningful political and policy change.feedback
May 19 2017
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Quotes by Fabio Fois
Jan 26 2017
It is worth noting also that the decision to abandon the second ballot-runoff system reduces the likelihood that anti-establishment (single) parties may be able to win an outright majority. (The) Constitutional Court ruling makes snap elections in the second quarter of 2017 more likely.feedback
Jan 26 2017
Early elections should be considered a positive development… If a pro-reform coalition were to emerge from the snap elections in June, it would help to jump-start the reform agenda sooner (possibly before year-end) – almost a year earlier than the alternative of waiting for elections to be held at the end of the legislature ( in 2018).feedback
Dec 12 2016
If the 'bail-in' of junior bondholders is not announced simultaneously with a bailout of retail investors, the announcement likely would severely hurt the popularity of the parties belonging to the coalition government.feedback
Dec 12 2016
The most immediate and potentially costly issue from a political standpoint (in Italy) is the recapitalization of BMPS. If the private plan fails and the government decided to refer to the clause in Bank Recovery Resolution Directive (a European regulation) that permits extraordinary financial support, government's popularity could be at risk of severe deterioration.feedback
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