Italy is set to unveil a new stimulus package on Monday worth up to 7 billion euros ($7.35 billion) to curb surging energy prices and help companies cope with the economic impact of the war in Ukraine, unions said after a meeting with the government. The new stimulus comes on top of around 15 billion euros already budgeted since January to help firms and households with electricity, gas and petrol prices Italy, whose top two banks have sizeable exposure to Russia and which relies heavily on Moscow for its energy needs, has seen its growth outlook deteriorate sharply since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. read more Under a draft decree seen by Reuters, Rome plans to extend until July 8 a cut of 25 cents per litre in excise duties on fuel prices at the pump, which otherwise would expire on Monday. […]