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EC gives tentative green light to French and Italian budgets

The European Commission has tentatively approved the state budgets of France and Italy. The EU executive gained new powers to police eurozone

The European Commission has tentatively approved the state budgets of France and Italy. The EU executive gained new powers to police eurozone

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Italy getting easier ride on international bond market

The cost of borrowing for the Italian government continues to fall, and the economy has been given a further boost by a ratings agency upgrade

The cost of borrowing for the Italian government continues to fall, and the economy has been given a further boost by a ratings agency upgrade

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Counting the cost of Italy's political crisis

The political crisis provoked by former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s People of Freedom Party ministers resigning their cabinet posts on his

The political crisis provoked by former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s People of Freedom Party ministers resigning their cabinet posts on his

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Political uncertainty hits Italian bonds

Worries over Italy’s fragile ruling coalition government and Rome’s plans to issue more debt this year are keeping the country’s borrowing costs

Worries over Italy’s fragile ruling coalition government and Rome’s plans to issue more debt this year are keeping the country’s borrowing costs

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OECD downbeat on Italy

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has just delivered yet more bad news for Italy’s new prime minister. It is now

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has just delivered yet more bad news for Italy’s new prime minister. It is now

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New Italian cabinet gets first green light

The newly-formed Italian cabinet has faced its first political test. The lower house of the Italian parliament – the Chamber of Deputies – voted in

The newly-formed Italian cabinet has faced its first political test. The lower house of the Italian parliament – the Chamber of Deputies – voted in

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The price of Italy's coalition

The price that Enrico Letta, the new Italian prime minister, had had to pay for the centre-right group of billionaire businessman Silvio Berlusconi

The price that Enrico Letta, the new Italian prime minister, had had to pay for the centre-right group of billionaire businessman Silvio Berlusconi

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Italy tries for stimulus, at a cost

In Italy the outgoing government of technocrat prime minister Mario Monti has revealed it is going to pump 40 billion euros into the recession-hit

In Italy the outgoing government of technocrat prime minister Mario Monti has revealed it is going to pump 40 billion euros into the recession-hit

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Italy survives another bond test

Italy’s medium term borrowing costs have risen to their highest since December. The amount of interest it had to offer on government bonds maturing

Italy’s medium term borrowing costs have risen to their highest since December. The amount of interest it had to offer on government bonds maturing

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Election costs Italy another downgrade

Fitch cut Italy’s sovereign credit rating on Friday. It was reduced from A-minus to BBB-plus with a negative outlook. The rating agency said

Fitch cut Italy’s sovereign credit rating on Friday. It was reduced from A-minus to BBB-plus with a negative outlook. The rating agency said