Martedì 22 Gennaio 2019 | 13:58

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Rome
We'll protect weakest if recession comes - Di Maio (2)

We'll protect weakest if recession comes - Di Maio (2)

 
Turin
Soccer: 'Everything perfect' - Ronaldo after Madrid hearing

Soccer: 'Everything perfect' - Ronaldo after Madrid hearing

 
Rome
Govt nominates comedy actor Lino Banfi to UNESCO committee

Govt nominates comedy actor Lino Banfi to UNESCO committee

 
Rome
Di Maio distances M5S from Senator's anti-Semitic tweet

Di Maio distances M5S from Senator's anti-Semitic tweet

 
Rome
Soccer: Juve thump Chievo, return nine points clear

Soccer: Juve thump Chievo, return nine points clear

 
Rome
France among those who take wealth from Africa says Salvini

France among those who take wealth from Africa says Salvini

 
Rome
Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour

Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour

 
Rome
Migrants rescued at sea should be returned to Libya -Salvini

Migrants rescued at sea should be returned to Libya -Salvini

 
Palermo
Operation targets new Cosa Nostra 'Cupola'

Operation targets new Cosa Nostra 'Cupola'

 
Genoa
Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

 
Davos
IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

 

Rome

Small savers protest outside Consob HQ over banks bail-out

Demonstrators shout 'thieves, thieves,' compare banks to ISIS

Small savers protest outside Consob HQ over banks bail-out

Rome, January 12 - Approximately 300 demonstrators gathered outside Consob's Rome headquarters on Tuesday to protest against a government measure to save four failed Italian banks and the alleged failure of Italy's stock market watchdog to provide due oversight. Protesters shouted slogans such as "Thieves, thieves" and brandished banners comparing the banks to Islamic State and attacking Italy's oversight authorities. The 3.6-billion euro rescue, financed by healthy Italian banks, saved jobs and protected account holders, but left shares and bonds in the four lenders worthless. Many small savers lost money as a result and one, pensioner Luigino D'Angelo, hung himself in November. Tuesday's demonstration was organised by consumer groups Adusbef and Federconsumatori and a committee investors who have been affected. The government has said small investors who were conned about the risks of buying the bonds will get compensation, but the savers are demanding full refunds of the money they have lost.

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