Despite ECB actions, Italian bond yields have moved even higher since the Eurogroup disappointment.
Shorts are now forbidden until 18 May in Spain, France, Greece, Austria and Belgium.
The airline plans to convert three quarters of its debt into equity before issuing new shares.
The dividends scrapped by 45% of UK companies amounts to a whopping £25.4bn cut, leaving behind uncertain yields for the year.
The strengthening of Brussels’ prerogatives is running into insufficient convergence of policy views among member-countries.
The prevailing Covid-19 market conditions have prompted the EU securities regulator to relax certain regulatory obligations.
Ireland took advantage of support from the European Central Bank.
Ratings agency Moody’s said that while these measures are credit positive, it will not completely tackle the economic and credit damage from the pandemic.
The Board of Directors of European Investment Bank (EIB) sanctioned the creation of a €25bn pan-European guarantee fund to support up to €200bn for the European economy.