The first real financial turbulence recorded in Italy during the Meloni era - turbulence deriving from so-called exogenous factors, first the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank and then the financial collapse of Credit Suisse, collapses that contributed to hitting the European stock exchanges, with the Italian Stock Exchange which recorded particularly negative numbers due to an almost hegemonic presence of Italian bank securities on Italian stock exchanges – have forced even the most optimistic observers to urgently ask themselves an important question.
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