Exit polls from a state election in Germany suggest there was no outright winner. Such a result would strip Angela Merkel’s government of its majority in the Bundesrat, the upper house of parliament in Berlin. This would make legislation harder to pass, and could affect the scale and speed of future eurozone bail-outs.
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