Television cameras are set up at the the Democratic Party headquarters, in Rome, in the early hours of Monday, March 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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For months, the 19-country eurozone economy has been one of the bright spots in the global economy, with growth and job creation picking up steam after years of crisis management and a lack of confidence.That murkier outlook has come at a time when the eurozone economy appears to have peaked at a historically high level.In Sunday's election, the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement won the most votes while the right-wing, anti-immigrant and euroskeptic League party surpassed the establishment Forza Italia party of ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi.Italy's main stock market was down 1.2 percent on a day when other European markets were higher.Externally, the eurozone economy faces another potential headwind from Trump, who said he planned to levy penalties of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum imports from next week.
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