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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
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
New gene treatment for thalassemia kids

New gene treatment for thalassemia kids

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Milan
Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

 
Bologna
Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

 
Rome
Cold snap set to hit Italy

Cold snap set to hit Italy

 
Rome
Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

 

Rome

Italian families holding fewer bank bonds Bank of Italy says

Total under 200 billion euros at end September

Italian families holding fewer bank bonds Bank of Italy says

Rome, January 18 - Italian families and savers are again buying fewer bank bonds, according to figures released by the Bank of Italy central bank Monday. Medium to long term bonds held by families fell by the end of September to just under 200 billion euros compared to 274 billion in the same period of 2014 and 204 billion in the second trimester of 2015. The figures therefore precede the bank crisis of November that hit investment fund holders of troubled Italian banks and the bail in of January that puts savers at higher risk in case of bank failure. On Friday the Bank of Italy disclosed that families also were selling government bonds and buying managed funds, reducing their share in total investment holdings to 5.9%. Banks generally continued to pay dividends last summer and in November total bank bond holdings were some 410 billion euros, a decline of 13.4%.

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