German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said the money to pay for the resolution of troubled European Union banks won’t come from a single pool until decision-making powers in the bloc are more centralized.
Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at Unicredit Bank, talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene about the European debt crisis and the fiscal cliff's threat to global growth. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Erik Nielsen, chief global economist at UniCredit SpA, says despite a leadership change, China is a "slow moving supertanker" and will not divert from current policy. Nielsen talks with Bloomberg's Mark Mills and Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg - The First Word."
Portugal’s borrowing costs are “unsustainable” after the interest paid on an auction of 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) of government bonds surged, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief European Economist Erik Nielsen said.
European leaders declaring they’ve gained the upper hand in the three-year-old debt crisis are sharpening efforts to channel a rebound in financial markets to an economic recovery to chip away at soaring unemployment.
Mario Draghi defied his own staff at his first meeting as European Central Bank president and voted to cut interest rates. As the crisis rages on nine months later, he is shaping the institution more and more in his own image.