While at a glance this may seem like a straightforward question with a simple and obvious answer, troubled Italian bank UniCredit has released a ponderous article comparing and contrasting the two heavily indebted, politically challenged, and growth-retarded nations. Comparing debt-to-GDP ratios and trajectories, GDP growth, and unemployment (as well as funding needs), the answer actually becomes a little less obvious and boils down to the central bank (as does every trading decision in the world currently).
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From UniCredit: Italy or the United States: Where would you put your money?
Obviously Italian interest rates are being driven by the systemic concerns in the Eurozone. What UCG considers - is the spread differential justified by fundamentals? As the super-committee grapples with the reality of the budget and Berlusconi's new boy faces austerity, IMF estimate for gross debt-to-GDP actually converge by 2016:
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