The eurozone looks like it could be heading towards another period of difficulty, with political turmoil in Italy and Spain rattling markets.

In Italy the collapse of of the eurosceptic coalition between the Five Star Movement and Lega party and in Spain a vote of no confidence in the government on Friday creating potential problems.

For UK companies, the volatility in these economies will create uncertainty for finance directors already trying to weigh up how Brexit will go.

Senerio planning will be a high priority in a VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) world.