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UPDATE 4-Italy rides new year debt spree with record 30-year bond orders

15 Jan 2020

MILAN, Jan 15 Italy will print 7 billion euros ($7.8 billion) of a new 30-year BTP bond, taking advantage of market momentum for euro zone borrowers after getting record orders for the new issue.

Italy joins sovereign flurry, draws record orders for new 30-year bond

15 Jan 2020

MILAN Italy will print 7 billion euros of a new 30-year BTP bond after drawing record orders for the new issue as of Wednesday, as Rome took advantage of the market momentum for euro zone borrowers.

'Tosca' with a touch of cinema enthrals Milan's La Scala at opening night

08 Dec 2019

MILAN "Tosca", Giacomo Puccini's opera about a diva prepared to do anything for love, was given a cinematic flavour as it opened La Scala's season for the first time, winning a 16-minute ovation and a stage strewn with flowers from the audience on Saturday.

Italy's League seeks to trigger elections, files censure motion

10 Aug 2019

ROME Italy's League filed a no-confidence motion to bring down its own governing coalition on Friday, a move that the party's populist chief, Matteo Salvini, hopes will trigger snap elections and install him as the nation's new leader.

Salvini sprengt Italiens Regierung und will rasch Neuwahl

09 Aug 2019

Rom Italiens Vize-Regierungschef Matteo Salvini sprengt die rechtspopulistische Koalition mit den 5 Sternen und will durch eine rasche Neuwahl selbst Ministerpräsident werden.

Italian bonds sink on fresh fears that government could fall

08 Aug 2019

ROME, Aug 8 Italian bonds fell on Thursday on concerns that renewed tensions within the country's ruling coalition could lead to its collapse or a cabinet reshuffle that would see the departure of the finance minister, who is well regarded by investors.

Exclusive: Italy drops a customary spring sale of retail bond for the first time since 2012

31 May 2019

MILAN Italy's Treasury has decided to skip the spring offering of its "BTP Italia" bond for the first time since it started selling this type of inflation-linked debt to small savers in 2012, a source with knowledge of the matter said.

Italy's Salvini says vote win is mandate to change EU budget rules

27 May 2019

MILAN/ROME Victory for Italy's League in European elections gives the far-right party a mandate to push through tax cuts and fight for changes to the EU's budgetary rules, its leader, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, said on Monday.

Italy's Salvini says EU vote will lead to big changes in Europe

17 May 2019

MILAN This month's European Parliament election will shake up the continent, leading to a relaxation of budget rules and influencing the choice of the next central bank chief, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Friday.

Italy's Salvini says EU vote will lead to big changes in Europe

17 May 2019

MILAN, May 17 This month's European Parliament election will shake up the continent, leading to a relaxation of budget rules and influencing the choice of the next central bank chief, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Friday.

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