Italy's cabinet was expected to
meet on Sunday evening to approve a decree that would provide a
1 billion euro ($1.1 billion) lifeline to cooperative lender
Banca Popolare di Bari, two sources with knowledge of the matter
Russia will take a step forward
with its long-awaited privatisation programme next week when it
finalises a list of companies it hopes to sell in 2020-2022, a
source familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
France's CFDT union is opposed to
transport strikes over the Christmas period but will call for
new actions in January if the government does not drop a pension
reform proposal that would encourage more years of work, its
leader said on Sunday.
U.S. Democratic presidential contender
Pete Buttigieg released the names of his major fundraisers on
Friday, bowing to growing pressure from rival Elizabeth Warren
and U.S. journalists to be more transparent in his campaign.