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Italian yacht-maker Sanlorenzo expected to launch IPO in October: sources

MILAN/LONDON Italian motor yacht maker Sanlorenzo aims to list on the Milan Stock Exchange at about the same time as the rival Ferretti Group, with an initial public offering (IPO) expected to be launched as early as the second half of October, two people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Italian yacht-maker Sanlorenzo expected to launch IPO in October - sources

MILAN/LONDON, Sept 18 Italian motor yacht maker Sanlorenzo aims to list on the Milan Stock Exchange at about the same time as the rival Ferretti Group, with an initial public offering (IPO) expected to be launched as early as the second half of October, two people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

DIARY - Italy to October 3

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Italy - Factors to watch on Sept. 17

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DIARY - Italy to October 31

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Italy - Factors to watch on Sept. 3

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UPDATE 1-Julius Baer's Kairos plots potential Italian acquisitions

MILAN, Sept 2 Julius Baer's European head said on Monday that the Swiss bank's Italian subsidiary Kairos Investment Management will look at potential acquisitions in Italy.

UniCredit seeks bids for 1 bln euro 'unlikely to pay' loan portfolio -source

MILAN, Aug 21 UniCredit is seeking non-binding bids to sell up to 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) in so-called "unlikely-to-pay" (UTP) loans by the end of September, a source close to the matter said, as Italy's top bank steps up its clean-up efforts.

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Euro zone bank share meltdown brings prices to brink of 1980s

LONDON Negative interest rates, toppling bond yields, greater regulation and rising recession signals have wiped out most of the value of European banks, with their shares now at meltdown prices approaching the days of the Berlin Wall.

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Euro zone bank share meltdown brings prices to brink of 1980s

LONDON Negative interest rates, toppling bond yields, greater regulation and rising recession signals have wiped out most of the value of European banks, with their shares now at meltdown prices approaching the days of the Berlin Wall.

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