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Italy says it won't seek fight with EU, amid talk of government crisis

03 Jun 2019

ROME The Italian government is confident it can reach a compromise with Brussels and avoid sanctions over its deteriorating public finances, the economy minister said as talk of a looming government crisis grew.

Italy promises to obey EU fiscal rules as debt rises

01 Jun 2019

ROME Italy has vowed to respect the European Union's fiscal rules in its next budget despite deteriorating public finances and a pledge by the anti-austerity government for swingeing tax cuts.

Italy 5-Star chief calls party confidence vote after EU election flop

29 May 2019

ROME The leader of Italy's 5-Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio, said on Wednesday he would seek a confidence vote from party supporters after a bruising defeat in European elections.

Italy 5-Star chief calls party confidence vote after EU election flop

29 May 2019

ROME The leader of Italy's 5-Star Movement, Luigi Di Maio, said on Wednesday he would seek a confidence vote from party supporters after a bruising defeat in European elections.

UniCredit sells 17 percent stake in online broker FinecoBank

07 May 2019

MILAN Italy's biggest bank UniCredit on Tuesday launched the sale of a 17 percent stake in online brokerage business FinecoBank as part of efforts to bolster the group's financial strength.

Italy's UniCredit says it is among banks accused of running bond cartel

11 Apr 2019

MILAN Italy's biggest lender UniCredit said it is among a group of banks accused of running a cartel in trading euro zone government bonds between 2007 and 2012, years when financial crises dragged down banks and several European countries.

EssilorLuxottica's top investor seeks arbitration in governance spat

27 Mar 2019

MILAN/PARIS The top shareholder and executive chairman of EssilorLuxottica has filed an arbitration request to verify alleged violations of a merger agreement between the Italian and French groups, further escalating a spat over power sharing.

Gloomy forecast for Davos: crises aplenty, but few world leaders

28 Jan 2019

(In this January 17 story corrects attendance fee paid by Precognize CEO in last paragraph)

CORRECTED-Gloomy forecast for Davos: crises aplenty, but few world leaders

28 Jan 2019

* Trade row, recession fears and global tensions dominate agenda

Orcel expects compensation from Santander for withdrawn CEO job - source

25 Jan 2019

LONDON/DAVOS Andrea Orcel is awaiting a compensation offer from Santander to cover lost future earnings after the Spanish lender abruptly ditched the Italian banker's appointment as chief executive, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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