‘you don’t need to believe that it is man-made’
‘We have … best standards with the environment’
‘Viability of the euro is contingent on the current recovery’
‘The fundamentals don’t seem to matter in this Chicken Little, the-sky-is-falling market.’
‘Beginning to deteriorate.’
‘It has taken people a little bit by surprise’
‘They said Europe’s future depended on us doing our part.’
‘The ECB has to address the money market problems if the euro is to weaken’
The E.C.B. cut its main rate to 0.25 percent from 0.5 percent.
The European Central Bank is telling EU states to pledge gold as collateral to support the next wave of austerity.
The ECB has pumped over €1 trillion into European banks since early December in an effort to help banks balance their books. But could the move backfire?
Study from European Central Bank found soccer World Cup has huge impact; many stock exchanges halt when games are on
The scale of the falls in Italy’s funding costs were dramatic
Move embraced by Occupy, Dems, slammed by free market analysts
All eyes are now on the European Central Bank
Luxembourg Prime Minister: ‘We are not discussing the increase or the expansion of the EFSF with a non-member of the euro area’
Economist says flight is ‘symptomatic of a lot of fear in the European financial sector’
Italy’s Parliament is preparing to take up approval of the package of spending cuts and new taxes