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Strasbourg
ILVA emissions endanger locals' health says Strasbourg Court

ILVA emissions endanger locals' health says Strasbourg Court

 
Strasbourg
Italy violated Knox's right to defence - Strasbourg

Italy violated Knox's right to defence - Strasbourg

 
Rome
Innovative Rome transplant on 20-month-old Alex successful

Innovative Rome transplant on 20-month-old Alex successful

 
Davos
Assess consequences if growth deteriorates - Moscovici

Assess consequences if growth deteriorates - Moscovici

 
Strasbourg
Disparity in access to abortion in Italy says Strasbourg

Disparity in access to abortion in Italy says Strasbourg

 
Rome
Italian govt says measures ready for no-deal Brexit

Italian govt says measures ready for no-deal Brexit

 
Rome
League, M5S reach deal on offshore drilling

League, M5S reach deal on offshore drilling

 
On board the papal plane
Pope pays homage to late Russian journo

Pope pays homage to late Russian journo

 
Milan
Pets to be buried with owners in Lombardy

Pets to be buried with owners in Lombardy

 
Rome

Doctors urge Fico to suspend no-vax conference

 
Rome

Doctors urge Fico to suspend no-vax conference

 

Milan

Milan bourse backtracks as bank shares suspended

Sell-off on Banco Popolare, MPS, Bper, UniCredit, BPM, Ubi

Milan bourse backtracks as bank shares suspended

Milan, January 19 - The Milan bourse backtracked Tuesday after a buoyant opening as six banking shares were suspended on excessive volatility. The FTSE Mib index shed 0.05% after jumping 2.57% in early trading. Banco Popolare (-8.37%), MPS (-7.25%), Bper (-5.23%), UniCredit (-5.33%), BPM (-3.61%) and UBI Banca were all suspended. Asian stock markets closed positive in spite of news of a slowdown in the Chinese economy, whose 2015 GDP grew 6.9% - the lowest rate in the past 25 years. Investors in Shanghai (+3.2%) and Shenzhen (+3.6%) bet on a stimulus package from the Chinese government. Hong Kong added 1.6% and Tokyo closed +0.55%. Also on Tuesday, Brent crude prices rose to $29.10 a barrel after dropping to 12-year minimum on Monday as the lifting of Iran sanctions means the Islamic Republic can start exporting oil again.

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