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    1. The World

      May 28, 2013

      The Roman mile: the Bank of Italy and the economy ministry are drawing ever closer

      Fabrizio Saccomanni It takes a little more than 15 minutes to cover the mile-long distance that separates the Bank of Italy...

    2. Brussels Blog

      April 5, 2011

      Trichet, Barroso and "grand bargain" shortcomings

      It has been more than a week since European presidents and prime ministers signed off on a raft of measures to shore up the...

    1. Money Supply

      December 20, 2010

      Economics news headlines

      Ireland defends finmin powers in new bank law – Reuters ECB raises fears over Irish rescue deal – FT Hungary raises rates...

    2. December 19, 2010

      Architect of the single currency dies

      Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, who has died in Rome aged 70, was a former Italian finance minister and founding member of the...

    3. October 12, 2010

      Former Dutch minister to be IASB head

      The head of the Dutch financial markets regulator has been given the politically sensitive job of running the body that sets...

    4. FT Alphaville

      September 28, 2010

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Tuesday’s FT, Gideon Rachman: The realities behind the cult of Lula Next week...

    5. September 27, 2010

      Eurozone needs a permanent bail-out fund

      With two comprehensive stabilisation programmes, one for Greece and one for the whole eurozone, the EU has demonstrated its...

    6. August 3, 2010

      Greek PM appoints Italian adviser

      Greece’s prime minister announced on Tuesday the appointment of Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, an Italian former finance minister...

    7. May 19, 2010

      Euro has yet to prove it’s worth saving

      From Mr Michiel Bicker Caarten. Sir, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, in “The euro remains on the right side of history” (May 14),...

    8. May 18, 2010

      Claims of historical inevitability are dangerous

      From Mr Paul Nabavi. Sir, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa proclaims that “The euro remains on the right side of history” (May 14)....

    9. FT Alphaville

      May 14, 2010

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Friday’s FT, Gillian Tett: The risks posed by get-rich geeks An entire week has...

    10. May 13, 2010

      Euro remains on the right side of history

      Ideology and culture matter, and may be decisive in the battle for the euro. Over many months, a mighty army has advanced on...

    11. February 23, 2010

      Greece threatens more than the euro

      As Greece's financial crisis rumbles onwards, it has become commonplace to argue that the roots of the problem stretch all...

    12. February 22, 2010

      Greece threatens more than the euro

      As Greece’s financial crisis rumbles onwards, it has become commonplace to argue that the roots of the problem stretch all...

    13. February 22, 2010

      The fate of the eurozone

      The Greek debt crisis has started a wider debate about the proper role, and indeed the ultimate fate, of the eurozone. FT...

    14. FT Alphaville

      February 19, 2010

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Friday’s FT, Gillian Tett: The US battle to pull the props Could the Obama...

    15. February 18, 2010

      Europe cannot leave Athens on its own

      For years, Otmar Issing and I worked side by side to make the euro a success, and I think we did. At the European Central...

    16. Money Supply

      September 11, 2009

      Papademos's return to Greece?

      The FT’s Athens correspondent, Kerin Hope, tells me Greek media are speculating that Lucas Papademos, ECB vice-president, is...

    17. October 7, 2008

      Could the EU find unity in crisis?

      Brussels blog (Tony Barber) : It is only human to search for a ray of light in the European Union's ever-darkening...

    18. Brussels Blog

      October 6, 2008

      Unity in Crisis

      It is only human to search for a ray of light in the European Union’s ever-darkening financial landscape. Could it take the...

    19. April 22, 2008

      Rome approves emergency Alitalia loan

      Italy’s centre-left government on Tuesday night approved a €300m emergency loan to keep Alitalia from bankruptcy, in spite...

    20. April 14, 2008

      Subprime 'just one of many problems'

      The subprime mortgage debacle was not a unique problem for the global economy but just one of many points at which an...

    21. April 13, 2008

      Subprime ‘just one of many problems’

      The subprime mortgage debacle was not a unique problem for the global economy but just one of many points at which an...

    22. April 8, 2008

      Alitalia given ultimatum on rescue offer

      Air France-KLM yesterday left the door open to a possible rescue of Alitalia but only on the terms already rejected by the...

    23. April 7, 2008

      Alitalia given ultimatum on rescue offer

      Air France-KLM left the door open to a possible rescue of Alitalia but only on the terms already rejected by the Italian...

    24. April 7, 2008

      Alitalia's fate rests with Air France-KLM board

      Alitalia could be left considering bankruptcy proceedings unless a meeting today of the board of Air France-KLM decides to...

    25. April 6, 2008

      Alitalia’s fate rests with Air France-KLM board

      Alitalia could be left considering bankruptcy proceedings unless a meeting of the board of Air France-KLM on Monday decides...

    26. April 4, 2008

      Communist leader backs Berlusconi on Alitalia

      Divisions that plagued Italy’s centre-left coalition during its cut-short two years in power are widening further in its...

    27. April 4, 2008

      Last-ditch effort to revive Alitalia bid talks

      Italy's centre-left government yesterday contacted Jean-Cyril Spinetta, head of Air France-KLM, in a desperate effort to...

    28. April 4, 2008

      Last-ditch effort to revive Alitalia bid talks

      Italy's centre-left government yesterday contacted Jean-Cyril Spinetta, chairman and chief executive of Air France-KLM, in...

    29. April 4, 2008

      Rome in last-ditch Alitalia move

      Italy's centre-left government yesterday contacted Jean-Cyril Spinetta, president of Air France-KLM, in a desperate effort...

    30. April 3, 2008

      Last-ditch effort to revive Alitalia bid talks

      Italy’s centre-left government on Thursday contacted Jean-Cyril Spinetta, head of Air France-KLM, in a desperate effort to...

    31. April 3, 2008

      Alitalia takeover talks collapse as Air France rejects union proposals

      Air France-KLM last night pulled out of takeover talks with Italian unions representing Alitalia, leaving the lossmaking...

    32. April 3, 2008

      Alitalia on verge of bankruptcy after takeover talks are ditched

      Alitalia, the Italian airline, was last night left considering whether to start bankruptcy proceedings after Air France-KLM...

    33. April 3, 2008

      Chief quits as Alitalia takeover collapses

      Air France-KLM last night pulled out of takeover talks with Italian unions representing Alitalia, leaving the lossmaking...

    34. April 3, 2008

      Alitalia on verge of bankruptcy as talks collapse

      Alitalia, the Italian airline, was last night left considering whether to start bankruptcy proceedings after Air France-KLM...

    35. April 2, 2008

      Alitalia on verge of bankruptcy as talks end

      Alitalia, the Italian airline, was Wednesday night left considering whether to start bankruptcy proceedings after Air...

    36. April 1, 2008

      Challenge to Alitalia air traffic agreement

      Several Italian airlines are challenging a confidential agreement on air traffic rights reached between lossmaking Alitalia...

    37. March 22, 2008

      Alitalia nearer bankruptcy after Berlusconi veto vow

      Alitalia lurched nearer bankruptcy yesterday after Silvio Berlusconi, Italy's opposition leader, said he would block an Air...

    38. March 22, 2008

      Alitalia nearer bankruptcy after Berlusconi veto vow

      Alitalia lurched a step closer to bankruptcy yesterday after Silvio Berlusconi, Italy's opposition leader, said he would...

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