- 19 giugno 2022
Pinto (JPMorgan): «ECB stabilizes the economy, this helps Italy. Banks are solid»
President and Chief Operating Officer of the bank: «We are not heading for a crash, we are not in a financial crisis: markets are orderly»
- 12 aprile 2022
Un “giallo antiquario” tra donne e opere d’arte
Nel libro di Arnaldo Pavesi “Tredici gocce di cera rossa” il furto d’arte è il tema da cui prende movimento il meccanismo narrativo.
- 08 aprile 2022
«La filiera dia ai consumatori la trasparenza che chiedono»
L’attivista George Harding Rolls commenta l’iniziativa Make the label count, lanciata nell’ottobre 2021 e che sta avendo effetti positivi anche sulle strategie della Commissione europea sull’industria tessile e della moda - L’intervista completa (in inglese)
- 02 dicembre 2021
«Deutsche bank: a traditional Hausbank for European corporates, with a global network and no exotic risks»
Fabrizio Campelli, member of the management board at Deutsche bank responsible for the investment bank and the corporate bank
- 30 novembre 2021
Beijing’s Unknown Bonds Usage
The United States may not have noticed yesterday due to Labor Day, but the drastic reduction of Chinese reserves could have a far reaching impact—namely, it could raise the rates of US national bonds way over expectations.
- 20 settembre 2021
Who is going to save afghan cultural heritage?
The international bureaucracy is preventing international bodies from intervening to safeguard heritage at risk, not only in Afghanistan but in all those countries where there is strong political instability. Yet, according to Noor Agha Noori, director of the Archaeological Institute of Afghanistan, it could be the only solution
- 19 aprile 2021
The heavy impact of the pandemic on the global labor market
According to the estimates by the International Labor Organization (ILO), in 2020 the number of hours worked globally fell by 8.8% compared to 2019. We are talking about 12 billion hours lost per week, the equivalent of about 250 million full time equivalent jobs that have evaporated (see Figure).
The problems of the lira and the moves of Erdogan
The latest move by Turkish President Erdogan to stem the large devaluation of the lira (-28.6% against the dollar in the first ten months of 2020) was the sacking of the governor of the Central Bank (CBRT) appointed by himself in July 2019. Two days later, the Minister of Finance also resigned for
- 31 marzo 2021
Chiomenti con The Aimes per il principale evento di arte contemporanea in Arabia Saudita
Chiomenti ha assistito la società The Aimes, specializzata nell'organizzazione e nella produzione di eventi culturali e artistici, nelle operazioni di prestito, allestimento e realizzazione della mostra d'arte inaugurata lo scorso 18 marzo "Light Upon Light: Light Art since the 1960s" presso il King Abdullah Financial District di Riyadh.
- 29 marzo 2021
Parthenon marbles, why does the British Museum not have a valid title
Greece and the United Kingdom still in dispute over the Parthenon friezes currently at the British Museum in London.
- 22 dicembre 2020
K.Braden (Citigroup): «Brexit, digital and ESG post-Covid will open new venues of opportunities»
Citigroup Europe Cluster Head based in Frankfurt explains how Citi prepared for hard Brexit and is ready for post-Covid EU
- 12 ottobre 2020
Italy is strategic for Deutsche Bank in the growing market of family-owned SMEs with international vocation
«International Private Bank is strategic in Deutsche Bank and Italy is by far the most strategic», says Claudio de Sanctis, Head of the new unit, in an interview with IlSole24Ore
- 20 settembre 2020
Brexit: between shady signals and real interests
In mid-June, the United Kingdom announced that it will not ask for extensions of the transition period for the completion of the Brexit negotiation. Thus, the deadline remains next December 31, meaning that there are 6 months left to find an agreement with the EU and avoid tariffs and non-tariff
The european solidarity deflates the risk of Italexit
Among the few positive sides of the pandemic is the rediscovery of a spirit of mutual support between European countries, as evidenced by the agreement reached last week on the Recovery Fund, the €750 billion loan and grant program allocated to EU countries to revive their economies hard hit by the
- 13 luglio 2020
Hildegard Müller (VDA): The car industry needs strong European policies to regain its competitiveness after coronavirus
Here is the full text of the interview with Hildegard Müller, President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) on Germany, Italy, Europe and the challenges after Covid-19
- 30 giugno 2020
Borio (Bis): it is now imperative for the economic policy to regain room of manoeuvre
High debt, porous borders between fiscal and monetary policy, the exiting from extraordinary measures: in an interview the Head of Monetary and Economic Departement at the BIS speaks about the challenges of the recovery.
- 23 giugno 2020
Interview with Andrea Enria (Bce)
The Chair of the Supervisory Board of the ECB interviewed by Fabio Tamburini, editor in chief of Il Sole 24 Ore
- 11 giugno 2020
Philip Lane: «The ECB showed it could be an anchor of stability»
With Europe facing a severe, common shock, a common response from the common central bank was needed
- 14 maggio 2020
Zanetton (Tifosy): «Clubs in crisis should also think about alternative financing»
For Fausto Zanetton, CEO of Tifosy, whether to offer equity or issue a bond depends on the club's financial situation and the objectives it wants to achieve.
- 17 aprile 2020
Dematerialized coins to support consumption and shops
According to the latest data from the Bank of Italy, the value of the net issuance of coins in Italy exceeds €4.6 billion. Out of these, €1.4 billion are coins of modest face value that, in part, lie unused in Italians' piggy banks. The remaining €3.2 billion coins represent, together with