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PADUA
Another 4 workers die as deadly accident spate continues

Another 4 workers die as deadly accident spate continues

 
ROME
Electricity bills to rise 29.8% from Fri, gas up 14.4%

Electricity bills to rise 29.8% from Fri, gas up 14.4%

 
PADUA
Worker falls to death near Padua

Worker falls to death near Padua

 
ROME
COVID: 2,985 new cases, 65 more victims

COVID: 2,985 new cases, 65 more victims

 
REGGIO CALABRIA
FI Senator gets 5 yrs 4 mts for 'Ndrangheta vote buying

FI Senator gets 5 yrs 4 mts for 'Ndrangheta vote buying

 
ROME
COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (3)

COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (3)

 
ROME
COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (2)

COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (2)

 
VATICAN CITY
Climate: Choose simpler lifestyles tweets pope

Climate: Choose simpler lifestyles tweets pope

 
Zaki: trial postponed until 7 December

Zaki: trial postponed until 7 December

 
ROME
Saipem, 4 individuals acquitted over profit warning

Saipem, 4 individuals acquitted over profit warning

 
ROME
Fedez probed for defaming man who killed parents

Fedez probed for defaming man who killed parents

 

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Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

 

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Draghi says ECB's NPL letter misinterpreted in Italy

Central bank chief says simple request for information

Draghi says ECB's NPL letter misinterpreted in Italy

Davos, January 22 - European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi said Friday that the letter the central bank sent to national authorities requesting information about how they are managing banks' non-performing loans (NPLs) was misinterpreted in Italy. "It was nothing more than a way to know the different national practices on this," Draghi said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Concerns about the number of bad loans on some Italian banks' balance sheets has been a factor in recent stock-market turbulence, despite government reassurances that the Italian banking system is solid. But European markets, including the Milan bourse, bounced back strongly on Thursday after Draghi said the ECB's interest rates will stay long for a long time and that the bank is ready to do everything possible to lift eurozone inflation towards its target of slightly under 2%.

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