Italy's Companies Are Withdrawing Their Money From Banks

Italy's Companies Are Withdrawing Their Money From Banks

(Bloomberg) -- Italian non-financial corporations withdrew more than 20 billion euros ($23 billion) from their overnight deposits last month, European Central Bank data show. The reasons may be manifold, ranging from concerns taxes might rise to mounting bills during the recession. The January outflows were the most since the data started 16 years ago.

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