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Italy - Factors to watch on Feb. 9

Italy - Factors to watch on Feb. 9 The following factors could affect Italian markets on Thursday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy. New items are marked with (*). For a complete list of diary events in Italy please click on IT/DIA . POLITICS Italy's Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni will meet Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Thursday in Brussels on the sidelines of a European Council meeting, a government source told Reuters.
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Italy's Banca Mediolanum raises 2023 guidance on NII to 700 mln euros

UPDATE 1-Italy's Banca Mediolanum raises 2023 guidance on NII to 700 mln euros Adds CEO quotes from press briefing, changes headline, lead MILAN, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Banca Mediolanum BMED.MI r aised its guidance on net interest income for 2023 after beating its forecasts for last year, helped by rate hikes and also sees a "significant improvement" in net inflows, the chief executive said on Wednesday.
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Banca Mediolanum ups 2023 guidance on NII to 700 mln euros

BRIEF-Banca Mediolanum ups 2023 guidance on NII to 700 mln euros Feb 8 (Reuters) - Banca Mediolanum Chief Executive Massimo Doris tells a press briefing: BANCA MEDIOLANUM CEO: SEES NET INFLOW IN 2023 SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER THAN IN 2022 BANCA MEDIOLANUM CEO: RAISES GUIDANCE ON NET INTEREST INCOME TO 700 MILLION EUROS FOR 2023 BANCA MEDIOLANUM CEO: FUL
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Italy to March 31

DIARY - Italy to March 31 Inclusion of diary items does not necessarily mean that Reuters will file a story based on the event. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 Bank of Italy releases December data on Italian residents deposits with domestic banks, banks lending to non-financial companies and gross bad loans at Italian banks. Treasury announces sale of BTP bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on Feb.
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Italy's Mediolanum beats 2022 NII guidance thanks to rising interest rates

Italy's Mediolanum beats 2022 NII guidance thanks to rising interest rates Feb 8 (Reuters) - Italy's Banca Mediolanum BMED.MI said on Wednesday it beat its own forecasts for 2022 net interest income helped by rising rates, as fees proved resilient in a year marked by a strong financial markets correction. Net interest income came in at 407 million euros ($437.44 million), above a guidance of 390 million euros.
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