Italian Industrial Output Complicates Government Budget Work
Italian Employers Clash With the Government on Worker Protection
Italian Consumer Confidence Rises, Manufacturing Morale Down
Don't Think Italy Gets a Sweet Deal From the EU: Five Charts
What Italian Banks Have Learned From 2011 Blow-Up in Four Charts
Promises, Promises: Italy's Populists Face Reality of Delivering
Italy's 2017 Deficit, Debt Revised Up On State Aid to Banks
Italian Expats Buck Trend Choosing Establishment Over Populists
Luigi Di Maio tells rivals to stop their scheming and let his party get to work on Italy’s problems.
Europe has a $1.2 trillion headache that just won’t go away.
Italy's Inflation Rate Rose More Than Expected in January
Borrowers' Pain May Be Opposition's Gain in Italian Election
Italian Employment is Booming, but the Catch Is Temporary Jobs
Italians at risk of poverty rose by more than 3 million since the 2008 financial crisis
Europe's Biggest Utility Bets on Italy Green Power Revival
Italy Gets Close to Debt-Cut Goal, Future Might Depend on ECB
Italian Industrial Production Plunges the Most Since January
Italians' Dwindling Trust in Banks Comes to Fore As Vote Nears
The contest for Sicily is also a test to take down populism in one of its heartlands.
Brexit No Deterrent As Italians, Greeks Still Seek Jobs in U.K.
Italy May Be Close to Getting Its Crippling Debt Load Down