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MNI BRIEF: Early Visco BOI Exit Not Being Considered

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Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco is not currently considering leaving his position, bank sources tell MNI, as they play down reports circulating in the Italian press Tuesday.

Leaving the central bank "it is not on the agenda now" for the governor, the source said. Visco, has served as Governor at the Bank since 2011, stepping up to replace Mario Draghi when he left to become President at the ECB.

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Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco is not currently considering leaving his position, bank sources tell MNI, as they play down reports circulating in the Italian press Tuesday.

Leaving the central bank "it is not on the agenda now" for the governor, the source said. Visco, has served as Governor at the Bank since 2011, stepping up to replace Mario Draghi when he left to become President at the ECB.