Monday, October 13, 2014

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Italy

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News about Italy, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Chronology of Coverage

  1. Oct. 8, 2014
    Umbrian oil makes up only about 2 percent of Italy’s olive oil production but wins a far larger proportion of awards; it is intense, biting and dark, not for the timid of tongue. MORE
  2. Oct. 5, 2014
    Shivani Vora travel article on trip to Venice, where she learned the long and rich history of gondolas. MORE
  3. Oct. 2, 2014
    Vatican City Journal: decision by the Vatican to take over the business of issuing Papal Blessings has infuriated vendors who have been selling the benedictions for decades. MORE
  4. Sep. 28, 2014
    Ingrid K Williams travel article on 36-hour visit to Florence, Italy. MORE
  5. Sep. 25, 2014
    Montalcino Journal; regional government in Tuscany, world renowned for its verdant vineyards and their wines, approves new rural preservation plan, saying that too many vines have been planted and warning of soil erosion; wine producers are asking for parts of the plan to be scrapped, MORE

Articles

Central Bank Details Somber State of Europe’s Banking System

There are fewer lenders in the eurozone now, but the sector still suffers the effects of the financial crisis, a European Central Bank report said.
October 14, 2014, Tuesday

Europe's Future Hinges on Italy's Success

The way Matteo Renzi plays his hand will affect the way the European Central Bank and the rest of the European Union play their cards.
October 13, 2014, Monday

U.S. Wins First Major Title in Women’s Volleyball

Kimberly Hill led the United States to its first major women’s volleyball title, scoring 20 points in a 3-1 victory over China in the world championship at Milan.
October 13, 2014, Monday

Italy: Floodwaters Rush Through Genoa

Flash floods have inundated the port city of Genoa, with two rivers bursting their banks and sending a torrent of water and mud down some streets. One person was confirmed dead in the overnight storm, officials said Friday.
October 11, 2014, Saturday
MORE ON ITALY AND: Floods , Genoa (Italy) , Deaths (Fatalities)

Star Architects Add Their Spin to Italian Villa

Architects with a range of styles were chosen for Villa Eden Gardone, on Lake Garda's southwestern coast, to offer buyers a choice.
October 10, 2014, Friday
MORE ON ITALY AND: Italy , Architecture

Two New Views of the Chinese State (Authorized and Not)

A new website offers a look at the Chinese government as it wants to be seen. Meanwhile, a business group has set up an “economic reform scorecard” to track some of its promises.
October 10, 2014, Friday

A Reassessment of Corcos, Sensuality and Subtlety Intact

“Corcos: Dreams of the Belle Époque” in Padua contains more than 100 works by the mostly forgotten master portraitist Vittorio Corcos.
October 8, 2014, Wednesday

Mercy and Marriage at the Synod

Notes on the synod on the family and the debate over communion and divorce.
October 7, 2014, Tuesday

10 Inspired Interiors From T's First 10 Years

T turns 10 this month. In honor of the anniversary and the upcoming T@10 Issue, this series looks back at some of the most memorable stories from the magazine’s first decade.
October 7, 2014, Tuesday

Under Francis, Catholic Leaders Prepare to Debate Whether Church Should Change

A meeting convened by Pope Francis will begin a process on whether the Roman Catholic Church will change its approach to issues like divorce, gay civil unions or single parents.
October 4, 2014, Saturday

Multimedia

Seeking Refuge in Italy
Waves of refugees risking their lives to make passage to Europe have stirred global sympathy.
Costa Concordia Refloated
After an eight-hour operation, the shipwrecked Costa Concordia is floating again. The ship struck a reef and capsized off Italy’s coast in 2012, killing 32 people. It will be towed away for scrap.
World Cup 2014: Costa Rica Defeats Italy, 1-0
With a gritty performance and a clear strategy, Costa Rica guaranteed themselves a spot in the knock-out rounds with a 1-0 victory over Italy.
How We Play the Game
Every team plays in distinct ways. To understand their style, one must learn a bit about each country’s history.

European Credit Crisis Indicators


Italy

% yieldChange1 month change
 
Italy 10-year bond
2.33%–0.003–0.133
 
Germany 10-year bond
0.90%+0.001–0.194
 
10/13/2014
Source: Reuters
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