Italian banks head back to normality after two hard years
Italian banks’ borrowing costs have tumbled in the past two years, even as the economy has been stagnant and asset quality has deteriorated. But with the European Central Bank (ECB) and Bank of Italy helping banks shape up their balance sheets, there is a genuine feeling that this year could be the final stretch on the road back to normality.
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