ECB Officials See Deeper Uncertainty as Euro-Zone Economy Cools
French Exacerbates Euro-Area Slowdown as 2018 Draws to a Close
Interest-rates won’t rise until the first quarter of 2020, suggests Mario Draghi
The European Central Bank took the watershed decision to halt its 2.6 trillion-euro ($3 trillion) bond-buying program.
ECB Bond Reinvestments Have Investors Guessing Twist or Tweak
German Investor Confidence in Economy Unexpectedly Improves
Euro-Area Gloom Pushes Investor Expectations to Debt-Crisis Low
Railway Workers' Strike May Disrupt Travel Across Germany Monday
Porsche CEO Confirms Plan for $6.8 Billion Profit Boost by 2025
The euro area’s top two economies painted a mixed picture for the start to the final quarter of 2018.
Trade Drags Euro-Area Economy as Rebound Remains in Question
German Industrial Output Unexpectedly Drops as Weakness Persists
Your True Love Will Get a Bargain for Christmas This Year
Coeure ‘Stands Out’ in Race to Succeed Draghi at ECB, ABN Says
Draghi Defies EU Criticism in Attending Group of 30 Meeting
Germany’s jobless rate unexpectedly fell to 5% in November from 5.1 percent, and the number of people out of work slid 16,000.
The European Central Bank is unlikely to announce new long-term bank loans next month.
ECB's Praet Says QE End Isn't Reduction of Stimulus
Draghi Denies ‘Disastrous’ Effect of ECB Policy on Economy
ECB Officials Warn of Damage to Italy From Fiscal Fighting
German Exports Drag Economy to First Contraction Since 2015