Euro's future unaffected by turmoil in Italy, say panellists

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The political will to keep the eurozone intact is unlikely to be affected by the results of the Italian election, despite a seeming rejection of austerity measures by the Italian electorate, according to speakers at the FX Invest Europe conference in Zurich last week.

Following elections in Italy at the end of February, four party leaders - Silvio Berlusconi, Beppe Grillo, Mario Monti and Pier Luigi Bersani - remain in deadlock as the election results failed to give a clear victory to any party.

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