Coupon clamp-down on Italian retail products

The Banca d’Italia has apparently become concerned about investment products that offer high potential yields, but carry relatively high risks, such as pay-outs linked to the performance of baskets of debt or the performance of single shares or relatively small baskets of shares. Such products have been especially popular in Italy and Spain this year as interest rates have fallen.

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