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Who WWins the Italy-EU Game of Chicken?
Guests respond to today's MLIV Question of The Day, "which asset will win out from the Italy-EU game of chicken?"
Italy's budget needs to offer credibility, Eurogroup chief says
Italy’s government needs to present a budget plan that offers a credible outlook on how the nation will tackle its high debt burden, according to Eurogroup President Mario Centeno.
Rain and wind continue to hammer Italy, death toll rises to 9
Rescue efforts continued in Italy on Tuesday (October 30) as heavy rain and strong winds kept battering the country for the third day in a row.
Football breaks down borders for young migrants
Integrating into a new culture can be a daunting process. For many people, sport can offer common ground. At a football training camp in Italy, young migrants recently had the chance to hone their skills with professional coaches from Germany.
Italy offers to cut deficit from 2020 in peace offering to EU
Italy has set next year's deficit target at 2.4% of GDP, with a commitment to reduce it in 2020 and 2021.
Italy has no plan whatsoever to leave the Euro, Borghi says
Italy Head of Lower House Budget Committee Claudio Borghi discusses market reaction to the Italian budget and fears that the nation will attempt to leave the euro.
Italy's populist budget draws concern from EU, bond investors
Italy’s budget plans that would see a 2.4 percent deficit have not only put the government on a potential collision course with the European Union.
Finding fixed-income investing opportunities outside of the U.S.
This week European Central Bank President Mario Draghi upped his push for governments to keep their debt in check amid concern over the budget plans in Italy.
Fenati handed two-race ban for Moto2 brake incident
Francesco Bagnaia of Italy may have taken the Moto 2 race honours at the San Marino Grand Prix on Sunday (September 9), but it was Romano Fenati's antics that grabbed all the headlines.
Matteo Salvini: a polarizing figure
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is among the most polarizing figures in Italy’s government. While his hardline stance on migration has won him many followers, critics say the country’s real problems are being overlooked.
Victims still missing in Italian bridge disaster
Italy calls a national day of mourning as it sponsors a funeral for the at least 38 killed in Tuesday's bridge collapse in Genoa. But some victims are still missing and demands for accountability for the disaster are mounting.
Italy looks for answers in aftermath of deadly bridge collapse
The Italian government is focusing on infrastructure spending while calling for the resignation of managers at the highway-operator unit in charge of a bridge that collapsed, killing at least 37 people.