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European stocks were little changed as investors scrutinised post-election polls for signs of who will control Italy’s government.

25th February, 2013
Dublin’s Iseq rose 0.4 per cent.

European stocks were little changed as investors scrutinised post-election polls for signs of who will control Italy’s government.

US shares also declined amid concern Silvio Berlusconi’s coalition will prevail in Italy’s Senate elections and move the nation away from austerity plans.

“The more the results come in, the more the fear grows that Italy will become ungovernable,” said John Plassard, vice president at Mirabaud Securities LLP in Geneva, which...

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