Spain’s government bonds fell, with two-year note prices slipping for a fifth day, as the nation hired banks to sell 10-year securities and auctioned six- and 12-month bills.
Group of Seven finance chiefs indicated they will tolerate a sliding yen for now as they intensified their focus on Japan’s recovery strategy.
Group of Seven finance chiefs signaled tolerance of the yen’s slide to its weakest since 2008, so long as it doesn’t get out of hand.
Group of Seven finance chiefs signaled acceptance of the yen’s slide to its weakest in four years, so long as it doesn’t get out of hand.
Italian industrial production fell more than economists expected in March, indicating there is little sign the country’s longest recession in two decades is easing.
Yasemin Rosenmaier has been selling homes in northern Italy since 2005 and she’s finding that there’s never been a better time to work for a German broker.
It’s not paying to be either an insider or the favorite when it comes to landing the top job at a Group of Seven central bank.
Italian banks’ corporate loan book will worsen this year as the euro region’s third-biggest economy remains mired in its longest recession in two decades, according to the nation’s central bank.
Italian business confidence fell as February’s inconclusive elections left the nation’s parties struggling to build a government strong enough to confront the country’s recession.
Enrico Letta was sworn in as Italy’s prime minister after forging an alliance with Silvio Berlusconi, ending a two-month stalemate and signaling a generational shift in the country’s politics.