Financial markets have reacted with alarm to news that Italy will have to hold fresh elections after the anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the far-right League, failed to form a coalition government. Martin Arnold discusses what this means for Italy, its banks and the wider eurozone economy with Miles Johnson, FT capital markets editor.

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