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Breakingviews – Italian banks will yield to M&A imperative

Reuters Reuters MILAN (Reuters Breakingviews) – Italian banks are facing a renewed urge to merge. A decade after the euro zone crisis erupted, the country’s lenders have shed most of their bad loans, while doubling their capital ratios. The problem now is that they can’t earn decent returns. Ultra-low interest rates and attempts to limit their holdings of government bonds make the need …

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Capital Impact Partners Joins with Washington, D.C. Government Once Again to Preserve and Expand Affordable Housing

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”These new funds will allow Capital Impact to continue to quickly provide short-term financing for acquisition, critical repairs, environmental remediation, and predevelopment costs to eligible borrowers. Properties targeted for fund investments are occupied multifamily housing of at least five units, in which …

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How Government Paid Leave Restricts Parents’ Choices

“People say, ‘I just need to organize my life like this and make the right choices,’” Claire Cain Miller quoted from feminist author Kirsten Swinth in The New York Times recently. “Nobody’s saying, ‘I’m making choices in an impoverished world.’” The article for the New York Times’ “The Upshot” purports to …

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We Hear You: Sex Ed, Student Loans, and Government Spending

Editor’s note: Here’s some of what’s on the minds of The Daily Signal’s audience, straight out of the ol’ inbox. Please don’t neglect to write us at [email protected]—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: As one of the principal organizers of the defeat of Washington state’s “comprehensive sexual health education bill” in …

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