Matteo Renzi is the new prime minister of Italy. Judging by the past 68 years, his tenure will be more short-lived than the two-year average of football managers. James Mackintosh, investment editor, looks at why markets shrugged off the change.
Filmed by Rod Fitzgerald. Produced by Darryl Thomson.
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