Forming a New Italian Government Is Likely to Take Weeks: Chart

Forming a New Italian Government Is Likely to Take Weeks: Chart

(Bloomberg) -- How long will it take for Italy’s newly elected leaders to form a new government? If history provides any guidance, it will be weeks, not days. Since 1992, it’s taken a whopping 51 days on average for a government to see the light after elections, according to data crunched by JPMorgan Chase & Co., with the record of 90 days held Giuliano Amato.

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