German unemployment unexpectedly increased for the first time in six months amid signs of a slowdown in Europe’s largest economy that could weigh on the fragile euro-area recovery.
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho faces a Constitutional Court ruling on the legality of some elements in this year’s budget that may challenge the government’s ability to meet deficit targets.
Mario Draghi is likely to rely on the power of his voice rather than new policies to steer Europe’s banks through the early stages of an economic recovery.
"We expect the German economy to gradually pick up speed throughout 2015."
- Christian Schulz on Jan 15, 2015
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