The European Commission lowered its forecast on Wednesday for eurozone growth
The European Commission has recommended starting disciplinary procedures against Italy after it broke the EU’s debt rules last year and is likely to do so in 2019 and 2020.
The "Belt and Road" infrastructure project hopes to link China to Europe and speed up the process of getting goods to markets. Italy is the first member of the Group of Seven industrialised powers to endorse such a deal.
The citizens’ income is expected to cost the state 7.1 billion euros this year, 7.8 billion in 2020 and 8.0 billion in 2021.
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Italy's economy grew by just 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016 and 1.0 percent year-on-year national statistics institute ISTAT says.
Italy's parliament has approved a 20 billion euro plan to prop up the country's weaker banks, starting with a bailout for Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
Shares in Monte dei Paschi suffered further steep falls on Monday as it tried to raise five billion euros by year-end to avoid a state bailout.
The Italian government is reportedly ready to pump 15 billion euros into Monte dei Paschi di Siena, and other troubled Italian banks.
Italy's largest bank, UniCredit, is to raise 13 billion euros in a share issue to shore up its balance sheet. It will also cut 14,000 jobs.
The world’s oldest operating bank Monte dei Paschi needs to raise five billion euros by the end of this month.
Markets were a little edgy at the opening - the Milan stock exchange fell as much as 2 percent - but most investors don't expect the country will leave the euro zone.
Matteo Renzi gets a boost ahead of Sunday's referendum with better-than-expected GDP figures.
Investor confidence in Italian banks ability to raise money to cover bad debt takes a tumble as fears over government's future weigh on market.
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