(Bloomberg) -- Welcome to Tuesday, Europe. Here’s news from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day started:
- Turmoil in Italy continues as the nation’s populist leaders mobilize for early elections, heralding an uncertain new period for the country’s political and economic outlook
- The talk was all about crises -- both past and future -- as some of the world’s leading economists gathered at a conference over the weekend
- Spain’s government nominated the central bank’s head of research and statistics as its next governor. Pablo Hernandez de Cos, 47, is a fiscal conservative who will have a say in European monetary policy
- After Turkey’s currency crisis, Bloomberg Economics looks at the fault line in emerging markets and which economies might be next
- Afraid for their safety, many Indian women are simply leaving the workforce or taking lower-paying jobs
- It’s no longer an issue of if, but when the Bank of Canada raises interest rates
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