Irrational reaction

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Are financial markets efficient at factoring in relevant information? This has been the controversial question for many decades. Behavioral economics has found out that information efficiency is somewhat missing sometimes. Have markets read Italian banks’ financial statements? The late bout in volatility on Italian banks might as well be another opportunity given the current premium risks at which some of them are now trading. Who knows?

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