"If (they). agree on a government program for Italy, French President Macron's European Union reform plans are likely to have largely failed once and for all", Commerzbank Chief Economist Joerg Kraemer said in a note.
Italy's benchmark stock index - the FTSE MIB Index fell 2.2%, while the 10-year Italy government bond yield soared 12 basis points to 2.075%. It's been buying Italian bonds with printed money as part of its quantitative easing programme, keeping a lid on bond yields (the state's implied borrowing costs) and buying the government time to get its act together.
Ratings agency DBRS warned that the parties' proposals could threaten Italy's sovereign credit rating and comments by the League's economics chief sparked a plunge in the share price of troubled bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
Analysts say that Five Star and the League's spending plans - which include slashing the main tax rate for companies and individuals to as low as 15 percent - are potentially so destabilizing for Italy's precarious public finances that they would likely run into significant obstacles either from the courts or the parliament.
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They have both vowed to scrap an unpopular pension reform - a move that would punch a 15-billion-euro hole in state coffers.
Italy has been in political deadlock since an inconclusive March 4 election, which was dominated by concerns over a struggling economy, the refugee crisis and illegal immigration. It would make "a mockery" of the eurozone's fiscal rules, whereby the government must keep a tight lid on its budget deficit to start tackling its unsustainable debt pile of 130% of GDP.
The parties said on Tuesday they want to "re-think" the euro zone's fiscal rules with Italy's partners "in the spirit of returning to the pre-Maastricht set-up" - a reference to the treaty which laid the groundwork for monetary union. While the two parties specified they had removed the section on possibly opting out of the euro, they made no mention about the suggestion the European Central Bank should write off this debt.
Both groups have a history of euroscepticism. Berlusconi, 81, has warned the 5-Stars are risky for Italy and its democracy.
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It is still far from clear whether Five Star and the League are prepared to go all the way - and in fact the bluster on the euro may simply be the product of a political compromise in their negotiations that will never translate into policy.
They also share an anti-establishment sentiment that has taken root in Italy but which has worldwide parallels such as Britain's vote to leave the European Union and the US election of President Donald Trump.
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The parties had made progress on agreeing a prime minister, Di Maio said, but he did not give a name.
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A government led by Italy's populist 5Star Movement and far-right League would seek to renegotiate European treaties and call for a "radical reform" of the EU's stability and growth pact, according to a leaked copy of the parties' draft coalition agreement. It might also dismay Italian President Sergio Mattarella, who has repeatedly stressed the importance of maintaining a strong, pro-European stance.