Why the Italian vote failed to shock markets
The result of the March 4 Italian election points to more instability ahead, but Italian populism remains far from breaking Europe's back.
Global Sales Trader Althea Spinozzi, a specialist in fixed income, explains why she believes the market is ripe for a major shift in 2018.
The average yield of Italian 10-year government bonds has been 2.38% and she says there is room for correction.
Spinozzi also explains why that Italian government bonds will be put at risk when the European Central Bank begins tightening its monetary policy.