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Wall Street gains on banks, technology as investors shrug off Italy change - ABC Online


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Wall Street gains on banks, technology as investors shrug off Italy change
ABC Online
US investors have shrugged off Italy's rejection of constitutional changes with Wall Street gaining ground on banks, energy and technology stocks. Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi will step down after voters defeated his plans to overhaul the ...
Markets shrug off Italy's emphatic No voteFinancial Times

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Europe's populist wave encounters first test with votes in Italy and Austria - Fox News


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Europe's populist wave encounters first test with votes in Italy and Austria
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The results over the weekend of Italy's referendum and Austria's presidential election were billed as the first true test of the rising tide of populism that has engulfed European politics amid stagnant economies, high unemployment and unease over the ...
The Guardian view on votes in Austria and Italy: it's not just about the EUThe Guardian
Voters in Italy, Austria send message to EU leaders: Hold on tightCNN International
Europe's Populists Target Landmark Victories in Italy, AustriaBloomberg
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Italy Just Handed the Global Economy Another Giant Variable - New York Times


New York Times

Italy Just Handed the Global Economy Another Giant Variable
New York Times
Italy just added another. As voters on Sunday emphatically rejected constitutional changes aimed at streamlining government and making it easier to revive a moribund economy, they enhanced concerns that Italy's banks could spiral into a disaster.
Italian bank shares tumble after voteBBC News
No Roman Holiday for Investors in ItalyWall Street Journal
Italy Vote May Put Heavy Pressure on BanksFox Business
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The big winners of Italy's 'no' vote are in the United States - CNBC


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The big winners of Italy's 'no' vote are in the United States
CNBC
After an explosive move higher during November, U.S. banks got another boost Monday from the "no" vote in the weekend's Italian referendum. One of the net effects of the vote was that a bank bailout for the nation's big institutions looks less likely ...


How Italy became this century's 'sick man of Europe' - The Guardian (blog)


How Italy became this century's 'sick man of Europe'
The Guardian (blog)
But hopes that the advent of the single currency would provide a fresh start for Italy's economy were misplaced. The growth performance of the eurozone as a whole has been poor, but Italy's has been dismal. Greece and Spain at least had booms before ...


Taoiseach says EU can deal with Italian referendum fallout - RTE.ie


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Taoiseach says EU can deal with Italian referendum fallout
RTE.ie
Speaking in Claremorris, Co Mayo this evening, Enda Kenny said the result reflected the views of the electorate in respect of proposed constitutional change and not in relation to the European Union or its future. He said it was important to note that ...

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Stocks Rise, Euro Recovers After Italy Referendum Result - Wall Street Journal


Stocks Rise, Euro Recovers After Italy Referendum Result
Wall Street Journal
The Stoxx Europe 600 rose 0.6%, despite losses in the Italian banking sector. Italian banks were hit on concerns that a period of political uncertainty could interfere with lenders' planned capital raising and bring an abrupt end to the government's ...

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Markets Weather Italy Referendum Result, but Banks Are Vulnerable - New York Times


New York Times

Markets Weather Italy Referendum Result, but Banks Are Vulnerable
New York Times
Financial markets were stoic on Monday after Italian voters decisively rejected changes to their country's Constitution intended to speed government decision-making and spur Italy's stagnant economy. Stocks in Europe and the United States rose, and the ...
Italy bank recapitalizations a harder road after referendum flopCNBC
What to know now that Italy has voted 'no,' with Renzi set to step downMarketWatch
Italy referendum: 'Period of uncertainty' predicted after Matteo Renzi's defeat – liveThe Guardian

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Global shares mixed after Italy rejects constitution changes - The Seattle Times


The Seattle Times

Global shares mixed after Italy rejects constitution changes
The Seattle Times
BEIJING (AP) — Asian shares tumbled Monday while Europe opened higher after Italian voters rejected constitutional changes, raising questions over whether the country will stay in the European Union and keep using the euro. KEEPING SCORE: In early ...

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Populists celebrate 'people's victory' as Renzi packs his bags

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said his goodbyes on Monday after a ruinous referendum defeat that was cheered by populist leaders and sent shockwaves rippling around Europe.


Kremlin praises Italy's Renzi for boosting bilateral ties

The Kremlin on Monday heaped praise on outgoing Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, hailing him as a promoter of "active dialogue" whose role in boosting bilateral ties was hard to overstate.


Why Italy said 'no' to Renzi's reforms

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's crushing defeat in a constitutional reform referendum cost him his job. What went wrong?


Italy vote won't trigger new euro crisis, ministers insist

The eurozone will not be plunged back into crisis by Italy's referendum vote and the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, ministers from the single currency area insisted on Monday.


Eurosceptics delight as defeated Renzi quits

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi prepared to hand in his resignation Monday after suffering a ruinous referendum defeat cheered by populist leaders but sparking fresh jitters in Europe.


No, Italy's referendum is not the same as Trump or Brexit

As the world digested the news of Italian PM Matteo Renzi's resignation following the rejection of his proposed set of reforms, the referendum has been painted by some as 2016's third 'anti-establishment' revolt.


How Matteo Renzi fell as swiftly as he rose

In the end, Matteo Renzi's fall was even quicker than his remarkably rapid rise to the summit of Italian politics.


Two dead as over 700 migrants rescued in Mediterranean

Two women died of hypothermia during an operation to rescue more than 730 migrants off the Libyan coast, the Italian coast guard and medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres said on Sunday.


Italian referendum: What happens now?

The expected resignation of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi marks the start of a new period of uncertainty in Italian politics. It will be the job of President Sergio Mattarella to decide what happens next.


Euro hit by fears of uncertainty after Italian referendum

The euro sank to a 20-month low on Monday and most Asian stocks also retreated as a fresh wave of uncertainty washed across markets after Italy's prime minister resigned following a heavy referendum defeat.


Renzi announces resignation after heavy referendum defeat

Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi announced that he would resign on Sunday night after exit polls showed a heavy defeat in his referendum on constitutional reforms.


Italy's Renzi 'to make statement around midnight'

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will make a statement "around midnight" - an hour after polls close in a referendum on which he has staked his future, sources close to the government said on Sunday.


Massive turnout as Italy referendum battle enters final hours

Italians voted in huge numbers on Sunday in a high-stakes constitutional referendum that will decide the fate of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and has left the rest of Europe braced for the fallout.


Media silence in Italy on eve of referendum

With campaigning over, media silence was imposed across Italy on Saturday on the eve of a constitutional referendum seen as crucial to the future of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.


Rome bans gladiators and rickshaws (again)

Rome mayor Virginia Raggi has passed a regulation banning 'gladiators' and rickshaws from the city - and not for the first time.


Rivalry in Rome ahead of derby day football clash

They share the same city, the same pizzas and the same football stadium but that's where the similarities end for the fans of Lazio and Roma.


Will Renzi be next casualty of 2016's populist wave?

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi heads into a career-defining constitutional referendum this weekend hoping a last-minute turnaround in voter sentiment will help him hold on to power.


Residents protest post-earthquake rent hikes in central Italy

Residents forced to find a new home after two major earthquakes left thousands of buildings unfit for use claim they are being charged prices equivalent to those in Italy's major cities.


What is Italy's Five Star Movement?

The Five Star Movement - Italy's anti-establishment movement and the most popular opposition party in the country according to polls - have grabbed plenty of headlines. But what do you need to know about them? James Newall, a politics professor at the UK's Salford University, explains.


Schools closed after dramatic fire at Italian oil refinery

A huge fire broke out at an oil refinery in northern Italy on Thursday. No serious injuries were reported, but residents were urged to keep windows closed throughout the evening and schools in the area were shut on Friday as a precaution.


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