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The Italian Referendum: What You Need To Know

In addition to the recent note by Credit Suisse, here, courtesy of a note by UBS' Felix Huefner, is what you need to know about the upcoming Italian referendum - an event that has been dubbed by some as the most important risk event for Europe in the remainder of the year - scheduled for December 4. Referendum is about political uncertainty and reform progress An important forthcoming event is the Italian referendum on constitutional reform, which is scheduled for 4 December.
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