Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna News

  • European Stocks Rise With Canadian Equities as Oil Sinks

    Stocks rose, with a benchmark of European equities climbing to a six-year high, while Italian and Spanish bonds advanced as policy makers said they would take steps to support economic growth. Shares in Russia gained and crude oil fell as Ukraine elected a new president.

  • Europe Stocks Rise as Italy Banks Surge on Renzi Victory

    European stocks rose to their highest level since January 2008 as Italian banks surged after Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s party beat a populist challenger in European Parliament elections.

  • Italian Banks Lead Stock Rally as Renzi’s Party Wins Vote

    Italian banks surged in Milan, leading gainers in the benchmark index, as Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s party defeated the populist challenge of Beppe Grillo in the country’s European vote.

  • Italy Quakes Threaten Summer Tourism as Recession Bites

    Italy’s strongest earthquakes in three years and more than 1,800 aftershocks are deterring tourists in the peak summer season, compounding a slowdown in the industry as Europe’s economy stagnates.

  • Popolare Emilia Romagna Targets EU 315 Million Profit on Costs

    Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna Scarl, Italy’s seventh-biggest bank, said profit may rise 47 percent by 2014 on lower costs and efficiency gains.

  • Popolare Emilia CEO Expects Up to $409 Million Capital Gap

    Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna SC may face a capital shortfall of as much as 300 million euros ($409 million) in the European Central Bank’s asset quality review, though Italy’s No. 6 lender rules out a share sale.

  • Low-Alcohol Lambrusco Cools Summer Sizzle With Light Fizz

    Until June I had never ordered a bottle of lambrusco in Italy. With memories of those sweet, fizzy, soda-like imports of the 1970s like Riunite Lambrusco (“Riunite on ice -- so nice!”), I had no interest in revisiting such wines, even in Emilia-Romagna, where lambrusco is made. (For the record, Riunite, now about $6 a bottle, still sells a million cases a year in the U.S., more than any other import.)

  • European Stocks Post Biggest Weekly Gain of 2014 on Fed

    European stocks posted the biggest weekly gain this year as the Federal Reserve said its stimulus policy will remain responsive to economic data and as companies from Renault SA to ThyssenKrupp AG beat profit estimates.

  • Italy Quake Survivors Move to Tent Camps Amid Aftershocks

    Thousands of survivors of the earthquake in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna sought relief in tent cities as rescue workers surveyed the damage from the trembler that killed seven and injured dozens more.

  • Italy Quake Kills 15 People in North of Country

    Italy was struck by a 5.8-magnitude earthquake that killed at least 15 people in the northern region of Emilia Romagna, the second fatal temblor in the country this month.

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