情報取得日 2016/12/24 情報配信日 11月 28日 海外FX業者：FxPro（エフエックスプロ）
So this week it’s Europe’s turn. For the single currency, Sunday’s Italian referendum on constitutional reform is not on the same scale as June’s Brexit vote and this month’s US election. In essence, it’s asking whether Italians want to reform the working of both the main and regional assemblies. But in reality it encompasses much wider issues, including the political future of the Italian Prime Minister Renzi. The ‘no’ side has been ahead for most of the past two months in the polls, but as the other two recent votes have shown, they cannot always be relied upon. For markets, should the ‘no’ side win the argument, then we’re going to see some increased volatility in Italian stocks, especially bank stocks given the perilous state of the banking sector in Italy. Political instability in Italy and elsewhere in Europe is nothing new, so the currency reaction on a no vote should not be out-sized, given the current polling.
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