Attempt could bring a euroskeptic administration to power as political turmoil continues.
Italy's political turmoil could hit the EU harder than the Greek financial crisis and Brexit vote, experts warn.
An apparent calming of Italy's political crisis has led a recovery in global stock markets overnight.
This wasn’t good enough. Wednesday’s Italian government bond auction needed to go well to settle some seriously frayed nerves. And, with the highest demand ratio for the 10-year slug this year, it certainly wasn’t a disaster.
The heavily-indebted nation found buyers for nearly €6 billion ($7 billion) of its bonds on Wednesday, a sign that market fears that Italy could ditch the euro may be receding.
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Stocks rose along with Treasury yields as investors deemed the market reaction to Italy’s political turmoil overwrought. The dollar slipped and oil rose.
Greenwich Village Italian-American restaurant, Don Angie, is captivating its customers with its rendition of Italian cuisine.
Italy is embroiled in a power struggle between Eurosceptic populists - winners of the March election - and pro-EU establishment politicians.
Borrowing costs continue to rise as new premier prepares to announce ministers.