Giovanni Tria

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Christine Lagarde will be formally appointed in October. Photograph: Erin Schaff/The New York Times

Christine Lagarde is set to be confirmed in October as the next president of the European Central Bank (ECB), after the region’s finance ministers for(...)

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, left,  with  Italy’s economy and finance minister Giovanni Tria during the Eurogroup meeting at the EU headquarters in Luxembourg on Thursday. Photograph: John  Thys/AFP/Getty Images

EU finance ministers and officials have warned Italy that it needs to bring its public finances back into line with the bloc’s rules, saying previous (...)

 Italian deputy premier and interior minister Matteo Salvini  at a campaign rally in Putignano, near Bari, southern Italy. Salvini is attempting to expand Italy’s budget. Photograph: Annamaria Loconsole/EPA

Matteo Salvini has reignited Rome’s battle with Brussels over his public spending plans, and while financial markets are unimpressed, many internation(...)

Italian deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini

Italy’s budget does not contain measures able to boost growth and makes Rome a “risk of contagion” for the rest of the eurozone, La Repubblica newspa(...)

Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte with finance minister Giovanni Tria in June. Photograph: Tony Gentile/Reuters

Italy’s government may offer the European Commission a minor concession when it resubmits its budget after an unprecedented rejection last month. The(...)

  Italian vice premier and labour minister Luigi Di Maio during question time at the Chamber of Deputies, Rome . Photogrpah: Alessandro Di Meo/EPA

Italy’s deputy prime minister Luigi Di Maio on Thursday reiterated his country had no plans to leave the single currency, but it would not change its (...)

Italian students   protest in Rome against the policies of the right-wing Five Star Movement-League government. Photograph: Massimo Percossi/EPA

Italy’s cabinet was due to meet later on Monday but the approval of the 2019 budget, which envisages a jump in the deficit that has upset financial ma(...)

Plans from Italy’s populist coalition government to sharply increase government spending have unnerved financial markets. Photograph: The New York Times

Italy’s economy minister insisted his government will reduce the country’s budget deficit from 2020 onwards, in a small concession to Brussels ahead o(...)

Italy’s deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini: said the interest of the Italian people came ahead of “bureaucrats”. Photograph: Simone Arveda/EPA

A trial of strength between Italy’s new populist Eurosceptic coalition government and the EU was never going to be long in coming. And sure enough, it(...)

In New York, Tesla rose 5.7 per cent after analysts said the electric carmaker was on track to be profitable and cash flow positive in the second half of the year. Photograph: Georgios Kefalas/EPA

Investors’ increasing optimism that the Italian government’s 2019 budget will respect European Union fiscal rules pushed up European banks across the (...)

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