Tag: public debt

Super bonus scam, because we need a commission of inquiry: sign it too

Super bonus scam, because we need a commission of inquiry: sign it too Super bonus scam, because we need a commission of inquiry: sign it too

Super bonus scam, because we need a commission of inquiry: sign it too Fabrizio Gatti Editor-in-chief for Insights 13 April 2024 07:01 Facebook excitement What’s up A fire broke out in Colli Aniene, a building in Rome where works for Superbonus were ongoing. Superbonus rewards cheaters. This is what the council’s vice president, Antonio Tajani, […]

Public debt at highest level ever Giorgetti: “We must be careful”

Public debt at highest level ever Giorgetti: “We must be careful” Public debt at highest level ever Giorgetti: “We must be careful”

Public debt exploded in October, reaching a new negative record of 2,867.7 billion. The Bank of Italy announced this by reporting an increase of 23.5 billion compared to the previous month. It is the alarm of investors who have been keeping their eyes on our country for a while, echoing not only on the upper […]

Waste and debt: so political caste never pays for damages

Waste and debt: so political caste never pays for damages Waste and debt: so political caste never pays for damages

Waste and debt: so political caste never pays for damages Fabrizio Gatti Editorial director for insights 12 December 2023 00:01 Facebook excitement What’s up At home, if we make a mistake when planning an expense, no one can save us: we get injunctions, fines, late payment interest. But there is a caste that lives on […]

How the Stability Pact is changing (and risks to Italy)

How the Stability Pact is changing (and risks to Italy) How the Stability Pact is changing (and risks to Italy)

The new Stability Pact now appears to have taken its final form. Germany, France, Italy and Spain have agreed on new rules and it appears that only the final details are missing to end the game and the last resistance of some frugal countries has been overcome. It is aimed to give the definitive green […]

How the Stability Pact is changing (and risks to Italy)

How the Stability Pact is changing (and risks to Italy) How the Stability Pact is changing (and risks to Italy)

The new Stability Pact now appears to have taken its final form. Germany, France, Italy and Spain have agreed on new rules and it appears that only the final details are missing to end the game and the last resistance of some frugal countries has been overcome. It is aimed to give the definitive green […]

Investing in Italy? No, Libya is better

Investing in Italy? No, Libya is better Investing in Italy?  No, Libya is better

Italy is not a suitable country for international investors. Before we bring capital into our economy, there are at least 69 other states in the world where it is less risky to bring capital to do business. Nearly all EU countries are present, except Greece and the major Western and Asian economies. But there is […]

Because the nightmare of Expansion is returning

Because the nightmare of Expansion is returning Because the nightmare of Expansion is returning

The release of economic forecasts in preparation for the budget maneuver was enough to see the spread index re-emerge in financial markets: The index, a litmus test of the market’s confidence in the Italian economy, is returning slightly to the 200 basis point gate. It is lower than the level reached later, but still – […]

Giorgetti seeks ‘special treatment’ for priority investments in France-Germany controversial stabilization deal

Giorgetti seeks ‘special treatment’ for priority investments in France-Germany controversial stabilization deal Giorgetti seeks ‘special treatment’ for priority investments in France-Germany controversial stabilization deal

Stability pact reform is at the center of the work of the Council of Ministers of Economy in Luxembourg, and there is a sudden rift between France and Germany. While Paris raises the barricades against any automatism, Berlin wants the opposite, namely clear and equal numerical limits for all, looking above all in the most […]

“No more help with bills”: warning from Brussels to governments

“No more help with bills”: warning from Brussels to governments “No more help with bills”: warning from Brussels to governments

The European Commission said this more bluntly at its last meeting with the bloc’s finance ministers: aid to labor bills “must be temporary and gradually disappear as energy prices fall”. The European Central Bank was tougher: support measures should be withdrawn “immediately and in an agreed manner”. So the message from Brussels to Frankfurt is […]

Scholz: “Enough of the endless increase in public debt”

Scholz: “Enough of the endless increase in public debt” Scholz: “Enough of the endless increase in public debt”

The German government wants to find a “balance” between the necessary “solidarity” in the Stability Pact reform and the requirement that member states not suffer “infinite and disproportionate increases” in public debt. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz explained this in his speech to the deputies gathered at the General Assembly in Strasbourg today. Germany will “play […]

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