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President Barack Obama has proceeded to deny to discuss with Republican leaders requiring they re-open the US government without attaching conditions that would hold up the implementation of his signature healthcare restructures.
At his traditional post-meeting news conference, Bank President Mario Draghi said he expects the key ECB interest rates to remain at present or lower levels for an extended period of time''. This was based on the assumption that the inflation outlook
Mario Draghi 's chief adviser is quitting the European Central Bank to take up a post at French insurer AXA , leaving the ECB president without an ally who helped shape his plans to fight the euro zone crisis. Christian Thimann , a 47-year-old German,
One of European Central Bank president Mario Draghi's closest advisors, Christian Thimann , is quitting his job to go to French insurance giant AXA , a spokesman said on Monday. Thimann, who was also a close advisor to Draghi's predecessor Jean-
Italy has benefited more than most from the euro, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said Friday. "Let us remember, because so often we forget, that Italy is the country that more than any other has benefited from the euro," Draghi said
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Thursday that the euro zone recovery was still "very, very green" and the recent rise in short-term money market interest rates was unwarranted. Speaking at the official euro entry conference in
The European parliament could delay new rules allowing the European Central Bank to supervise banks, a lawmaker said on Tuesday, flagging a potential hitch in one of the bloc's flagship financial reforms. The threat was made as the European Union's
it won't be going away, you know All the indications are that we will exit the Troika bailout programme at the end of the year, but we need to think very carefully about how our national finances will be managed Dan White 08 September 2013 Last week'
www.thelocal.de/national/20130906-51785.html Germany is on course for a record trade surplus of 200 billion this year, but its export success threatens to surpass a threshold set by the European Union. Munichs IFO institute for economic research
In somber remarks, ECB President Mario Draghi said he was "very, very cautious about the recovery." Draghi, speaking at a monthly news conference in Frankfurt, damped the growing enthusiasm for the prospects of the advanced economies in the world,