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COVID-19: Italy registers 3,377 new cases, 67 deaths

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COVID-19: Cinemas, theatres may be able to go to 75-80%

COVID-19: Cinemas, theatres may be able to go to 75-80%

 
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Expo 2020 Dubai: Record 192 countries taking part

Expo 2020 Dubai: Record 192 countries taking part

 
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Climate crisis putting the heat on Italy's cities - report

Climate crisis putting the heat on Italy's cities - report

 
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COVID-19: Too soon to vaccinate 5-11-yr-olds - expert

COVID-19: Too soon to vaccinate 5-11-yr-olds - expert

 
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Tackle digital challenge for real EU healthcare Union- study

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AC Milan team up with Expo 2020 Dubai

AC Milan team up with Expo 2020 Dubai

 
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Soccer: 'Perfect' Napoli take solo command

Soccer: 'Perfect' Napoli take solo command

 
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Italy's GDP to rise 5.9% in 2021, 4.1% next year - OECD

Italy's GDP to rise 5.9% in 2021, 4.1% next year - OECD

 
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Criminals won't get hands on EU Recovery Fund cash - Draghi

Criminals won't get hands on EU Recovery Fund cash - Draghi

 
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Climate crisis: Time to dump coal says Draghi

Climate crisis: Time to dump coal says Draghi

 

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Milan stock exchange closes +1.63%

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Milan stock exchange closes +1.63%

Milan, January 22 - The Milan stock exchange rose on Friday following the announcement of new stimulus measures by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi and a rise in oil prices. The news that oil prices has risen to $31 a barrel in fact boosted stock markets across Europe. The Milan stock exchange's benchmark FTSE Mib index was 1.63% up, closing at 19,028 points. Oil and gas industry contractor Saipem, a subsidiary of Italian energy company ENI, crashed 20% to close at 4.20 euros a share - its lowest since September 2001. The company announced overnight that the deadline fixed for a 3.5-billion-euros capital increase would be Monday, with a 37% discount expected for terp, the theoretical ex-rights price.

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