1. Here’s why markets are shrugging off terror attacks
    Markets

    Here’s why markets are shrugging off terror attacks

    by Morya Longo

    IT
    24 Analysis

    Yesterday, after the Manchester bombing, all European exchanges closed in positive territory, as has happened lately after recent terrorist attacks. That’s because investors are convinced that these attacks won’t influence the economy or company profits. Not even the most hardened speculators or the most reactive algorithms bet on a decline. An “indifference” that in some way is positive

  2. Falcone’s motto  “follow the money” still potent tool  against Mafia   on 25th anniversary of  his murder
    Business & Economy

    Falcone’s motto “follow the money” still potent tool against Mafia on 25th anniversary of his murder

    by Roberto Galullo

    IT
    24 Analysis

    The investigative legacy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “great friend” Giovanni Falcone -- the anti-Mafia magistrate whose motto was “follow the money”-- continues to live on at the FBI twenty-five years after the massacre in Sicily on May 23 in which Falcone lost his life, along with his wife and his three-man police escort. The Mafia has evolved into a market-oriented organization that provides services in exchange for collusion