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Mario Draghi

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  • German finance minister denies that Germany has modelled a Greek exit from the eurozone

    Germany has not modelled a potential Greek exit — the so-called "Grexit" — from the 19-nation eurozone, Germany's finance minister insisted Friday, two days ahead of a Greek election that may bring an anti-bailout party to power in Athens....
  • Euro drops to 11-year low on Greek vote after QE; Aussie falls

    LONDON The euro fell to the lowest in more than 11 years as polls showing an anti-austerity party will win Greek elections exacerbated the currency's drop after the European Central Bank widened its stimulus program. The shared currency headed for a...
  • DAVOS WATCH: Hollande links economics, security; King Abdullah mourned; ECB's Draghi praised

    The World Economic Forum held in the Swiss ski resort of Davos has the official goal of "improving the state of the world." In practice, it's a massive networking event that brings together 2,500 heads of state, business leaders, philanthropists and...
  • ECB unveils aggressive plan to stimulate European economy. Is it enough?

    ECB unveils aggressive plan to stimulate European economy. Is it enough?
    The European Central Bank announced a huge monetary stimulus plan designed to boost the region's sagging economy and fend off the specter of deflation. At a packed news conference streamed online from the ECB's headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, the...
  • Gold closes above $1,300 after ECB announces stimulus measures

    NEW YORK Gold futures settled above $1,300 an ounce for the first time since August after the European Central Bank expanded stimulus measures, boosting demand for the metal as a store of value. ECB President Mario Draghi said the bank will buy 60...
  • US stocks rise broadly on hopes of Europe stimulus, higher oil; Netflix, energy stocks up most

    Another choppy day on Wall Street ended with stocks broadly higher on hopes of new stimulus measures for Europe's weak economy and a sharp rise in oil prices. Stocks flitted between gains and losses at the open of trading Wednesday, then rose on media...
  • DAVOS WATCH: Lots to talk about: Deflation, oil prices, snowmen, Swiss franc, global warming

    The World Economic Forum kicks off in the Swiss ski resort of Davos with the goal of "improving the state of the world." In practice, it's a massive networking event that brings together 2,500 heads of state, business leaders, philanthropists and artists....
  • European Central Bank expected to unveil stimulus plan

     European Central Bank expected to unveil stimulus plan
    In the summer of 2012, with the euro in crisis and the European experiment of unified government seemingly on the brink, the head of the European Central Bank made a now-famous vow. "The ECB will do whatever it takes to preserve the euro," Mario...
  • Euro currency's missing pieces challenge policymakers

    Europe's struggle with economic stagnation is raising questions about whether its prized project — the shared euro currency — can bounce back or even just survive. Fundamental gaps left at the euro's creation in 1999 are haunting its...
  • Traveling to Europe is about to get a whole lot cheaper

    If you've been thinking about taking a European vacation, it's almost time to book those tickets. (Well, as long as you weren't planning on going to Switzerland). That's because the euro is falling so fast against the dollar — down to $1.15 per...
  • A look at the pros and cons of the big stimulus program the European Central Bank is weighing

    With the eurozone facing the possibility of years-long economic stagnation, its central bank is expected to soon announce its biggest stimulus measure yet. That sounds like it should be cause for optimism. Yet some policymakers and economists in the 19-...