Italy Wants EU-Friendly Salvini Adviser for Commission Post
Italy to Keep Underperforming Peers After 2019 Stagnation
Italy’s Visco Renews Call to Review European Bank-Crisis Rules
Salvini May Soar in Polls But His Takeover of Italy Hit a Snag
EU Spares Italy From Debt Censure as Budget Update Convinces
Italian Premier Wants New Europe Chief to Review Budget Rules
Rutte Says the EU Must Intervene Over Italy’s Public Finances
EU Drills Into Italy’s 2020 Deficit Before Decision on Sanctions
Italy Substantially Meets EU Budget Rules, Finance Minister Says
Italy Wants to Be Trump’s Best Friend in Europe, Salvini Says
Italy Has Days to Avoid EU Action as Ministers Show Urgency
Italy Under Scrutiny as EU Partners Want Action to Avoid Censure
Forget German, Easy Money Sounds Better in Italian
Italy Races Against Time on Budget as Tax on Charities Draws Ire
Conte Says Debt Is ‘Not Scary’ as Italy Races to Pass Budget Law
Two decades after Europe’s common currency made its debut, the debate as to whether the euro has been good for Italy rages on.
Draghi also denied that the economic under-performance of some euro-area countries could be reversed by leaving the currency.
2019 is shaping up to be a testing year for the world economy.
ECB to Lower 2019 Inflation Forecast as Bond-Buying Ends
Will Merkel Leave Germany Fit for the Future? Probably Not
Deutsche Bank Appears to Get Backing From Watchdog Amid Probes