Mario Draghi

Back in 2012, Mario Draghi committed to do “whatever it takes” to put the euro back on track. [...]

20 May 2019

Consumer confidence in both the Eurozone and the European Union fell in April, in news that will cast further [...]

23 April 2019

The comparisons with US peers just got a lot harder for European banks after a strong showing from JP Morgan to [...]

16 April 2019

The European Central Bank (ECB) kept up recent tradition today when it announced it would hold interest rates [...]

10 April 2019

After Tuesday’s parliamentary showdown, all eyes are on Westminster. [...]

31 January 2019

After a dismal 2018, December brought further bad news for the Eurozone in the form of the European Commission’s [...]

29 January 2019

Bank lending to eurozone households and companies accelerated in November despite signs the bloc’s economy is [...]

3 January 2019

The 20th anniversary of the euro should not be cause for celebration but for “close and candid” introspection. [...]

1 January 2019

Just as it is always 5 o’clock somewhere in the world, there are always voters preparing to go to the polls, [...]

19 December 2018

The European Central Bank will push ahead with plans to roll back its stimulus package at the end of the year, [...]

16 November 2018

The Trump team appears to see trade wars as a central policy rather than a bargaining strategy. With the possible [...]

19 July 2018

The European Central Bank (ECB) today announced the end of its quantitative easing (QE) bond purchases, in a landmark [...]

14 June 2018

The Bank of England and the European Central Bank are teaming up for work on protecting the financial services [...]

27 April 2018

The European Central Bank announced today that interest rates would remain unchanged "for an extended period of [...]

26 April 2018

When it came, the correction looked brutal: $4 trillion wiped off global stocks in a single day. [...]

7 February 2018

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