In conversation with Ignazio Visco: economic outlook in Italy and the euro area
Following the 25 September election, economic challenges for the new Italian administration include curbing inflation exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, striking a balance between prioritising growth and fiscal prudence and countering euro area fragmentation. Against this backdrop, Ignazio Visco, governor of Banca d’Italia, joins David Marsh, OMFIF chairman, for a conversation on the economic outlook in Italy and monetary developments in the euro area and beyond.
07:00-08:00 (New York)
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This meeting will be recorded and will be available on OMFIF On Demand.