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The board of Monte dei Paschi asked the ECB for more time to move ahead with a $5.4 billion recapitalization, according to the FT.
Renzi said he would quit following his crushing defeat in Sunday's referendum.
It's the oldest world lender and it has been making headlines amid concerns it doesn't have the financial capacity to cover its bad debts.
Credit Suisse on Wednesday announced more than 1 billion Swiss francs ($991 million) in extra cost cuts.
In 2017, toymaker Lego will be headed up by the first non-Danish CEO, but according to Bali Padda, he doesn’t see this as an issue.
The European Commission fined banks Credit Agricole, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase a total of 485 million euros ($520 million) for their part in a cartel to fix the price of financial benchmarks linked to the euro.
Angela Merkel laid out her case for a fourth term as German chancellor on Tuesday, seeking to energise her conservatives.
Angela Merkel got re-elected as leader of her CDU party while stressing that the world as we know it is falling apart.
For Mario Draghi, the timing of Italian referendum and its outcome could not have come at a worse time.
European authorities could punish Italy for a state bailout of Monte dei Paschi but such a decision would prolong the ongoing crisis.
Tokyo sell order flood helped drive sterling to 31-year low, says BoE.
There are at least 3 European elections in 2017: Germany, France, the Netherlands for sure, and maybe Italy too, The New York Times reports.
The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president may change attitudes to investing in Russia, the CFO of the Moscow Exchange told CNBC.
The political upheaval has made it more difficult to secure the investment from Qatar, the FT reports.
Interior Minister Angelino Alfano: "I forecast there will be the will to go to elections in February."
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ECB President Mario Draghi discusses today's decision to continue quantitative easing to at least the end of 2017.
ECB President Mario Draghi discusses the decision to reduce bond-buying program in April 2017, adding that "the program remains flexible."
ECB President Mario Draghi weighs in on the relationship between fiscal and monetary policy.