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Italian Referendum - What will happen to Italian economy?

With the two biggest banks in Italy, Monte dei Paschi and Unicredit, in great debt leaning on the government for financial support, a No to the constitutional referendum reform could mean a massive economic crisis that could affect big and small investors. Sky News Mark Stone reports from Siena. Update - On December 4 Italians rejected the referendum reform with a 60% of NO vote. Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is set to resign within the next few days, leaving the country, and its economy, in great turmoil.

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Produced by Andrew Marsh, Virginia Vitalone
Directed by Mark Stone, Paul Fraser
Video Language en
Produced Dec 03, 2016
Published Dec 07, 2016
Production Company Sky News/Raw-News/Agencies
Distributor Sky News

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