Friday, April 14, 2006

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When stocks tumble after an election, it usually means that the markets disapprove of the voters' choice. Yet in Italy this week, the 2.2 percent drop in the benchmark index in Milan on Wednesday was not a slap at Romano Prodi, the newly elected prime minister by a narrow margin, but a sign of....

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