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Intesa Sanpaolo SpA (ISP.MI)

ISP.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

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Intesa CEO says no proposal for Astaldi from Salini yet

MILAN The chief executive of Intesa Sanpaolo said the Italian bank had not received any proposal over ailing debtor Astaldi from construction group Salini Impregilo .

UPDATE 1-Intesa CEO says no proposal for Astaldi from Salini yet

MILAN, Dec 17 The chief executive of Intesa Sanpaolo said the Italian bank had not received any proposal over ailing debtor Astaldi from construction group Salini Impregilo.

Intesa has no asset management partnership in immediate sight: CEO

MILAN Intesa Sanpaolo has no potential partnership in immediate sight for its asset management business, the head of Italy's biggest retail bank said on Monday.

Intesa has no asset management partnership in immediate sight-CEO

MILAN, Dec 17 Intesa Sanpaolo has no potential partnership in immediate sight for its asset management business, the head of Italy's biggest retail bank said on Monday.

Italy needs accord on budget as pressure on bonds unsustainable-Intesa CEO

MILAN, Dec 17 Italy must reach an accord with the European Union over the budget, as market pressure on government bonds is no longer sustainable, the CEO of the country's biggest commercial lender Intesa Sanpaolo said on Monday.

Intesa Sanpaolo CEO says no concrete proposal from Salini for Astaldi

MILAN, Dec 17 Italian construction group Salini Impregilo has not presented any concrete proposal for ailing rival Astaldi, Intesa Sanpaolo CEO said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Intesa CEO bullish on Italy after Q3 profit beat

* CEO bullish on Italy, sees 2019 GDP growth of at least 1 pct

Intesa's Q3 net beats forecasts, fees suffer

MILAN, Nov 6 Italy's top retail bank Intesa Sanpaolo posted on Tuesday a better-than-expected third-quarter net profit and kept its core capital intact despite Italy's sovereign travails which hurt fees.

Goldman downgrade overshadows Italian bank Intesa's strong stress test

MILAN Italian banking shares fell on Monday, with a Goldman Sachs downgrade on Italy's top retail bank Intesa SanPaolo outweighing its strong performance in European regulatory tests.

UPDATE 2-Goldman downgrade overshadows Italian bank Intesa's strong stress test

* Uncertainty grows amid worsening economy, spike in debt costs

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