The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst on whether Mario Monti was right to warn of a possible 'psychological breakup' in Europe over the handling of the eurozone crisis.
2.5 billion euros is today's daily digit - the amount Italy's Monti dei Paschi bank will seek in fresh capital from investors. That's double what it originally planned to raise to shore up its finances and makes the prospect of nationalisation far more likely. The world's oldest bank - and Italy's third biggest - is still grappling with the aftermath of a massive derivativies scandal.
Italy's Silvio Berlusconi threatens to bring down Mario Monti's technocratic government, a day after receiving a jail sentence for tax fraud.
Directed by Jimmy Boratyn Creative Director Jeff Pacocha Camera 1 Jimmy Boratyn Camera 2 Mike Monti Edited by Melissa Beck Starring Charley Steele as Dad and Jeff Pacocha as Son
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