Italy's prime minister Matteo Renzi has vowed to step down if, as polls suggest, he loses Sunday's referendum on constitutional reform. Some fear this could hit the economy and banking sector hard. John Murray Brown discusses the likely repercussions with Tony Barber, the FT's Europe editor, and James Politi, Rome bureau chief.
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