When Mario Draghi flies to the U.S. this week, he’ll leave a 1 trillion-euro ($1.4 trillion) question mark hanging over Europe.
David Cameron’s Conservatives remain in third place before the European Parliament election next month as the U.K. Independence Party erodes his support, two opinion polls showed.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s version of QE might turn out to be rather different from the type deployed by the Federal Reserve.
The increasing likelihood of a Federal Reserve interest rate increase next year should help rather than slow the U.S. economy, according to UBS AG.
Euro-area services output remained close to the highest level since 2011 in March, signaling that the economic recovery in the 18-nation euro area is on track.
The decision of central banks to focus more on economic slack as a barometer of when inflation will become a problem could backfire, if history is any guide.
Growth in euro-area manufacturing and services stayed close to the fastest since 2011 in March as France improved, providing further evidence that the region’s recovery is on track.
German manufacturing and services activity stayed close to the highest in three years in March as Europe’s largest economy helped keep the region’s recovery on track.
French manufacturing activity unexpectedly resumed growth in March with the fastest expansion in almost three years, a sign that parts of the European economy are gaining momentum.
Europe’s economy is vulnerable to ripple effects from the crisis in Russia and Ukraine.