German investor confidence fell for a fourth month in April, highlighting the risks to the recovery in Europe’s largest economy.
European officials are about to decide how much pain their banks should be able to take.
Mario Draghi’s asset-purchase plan to ward off deflation may be lacking one key element: enough assets to buy.
German industrial output rose for a fourth month in February in a sign that growth in Europe’s largest economy continued to accelerate.
German factory orders rose in February, adding to signs that growth in Europe’s largest economy is gathering pace.
Mario Draghi can study an array of data this week to help him track his latest policy metric: economic slack.
Mario Draghi’s view that the euro area doesn’t need more monetary easing for now is being vindicated.
European Union lawmakers struck a deal on legislation to create a single agency to handle failing euro-area banks after an all-night negotiating marathon ahead of a summit of EU leaders starting today in Brussels.
The European Central Bank kept interest rates unchanged as stronger inflation and economic output reduced the need for officials to take action.
German business confidence unexpectedly climbed to the strongest level in 2 1/2 years in a sign that growth in Europe’s largest economy may accelerate.
"The crisis in Ukraine continues to sow uncertainty."
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