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Mario Draghi

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  • 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-...
  • Italy president resigns; voting on successor to start on Jan. 29

    ROME A presidential election race was opened in Italy on Wednesday, as incumbent Giorgio Napolitano, 89, cut short his current mandate, which came at the tail end of a record-length tenure. His decision formalized a move he announced two weeks ago,...
  • Italy to look for new president as Napolitano resigns

    ROME A presidential election race was opened in Italy on Wednesday, as incumbent Giorgio Napolitano cut short his mandate after a record-length tenure, formalizing a move he announced two weeks ago citing the strains of old age. Letters of resignation...
  • Deflation fears rock markets again but consumers see windfall -- for now

    Deflation fears rock markets again but consumers see windfall -- for now
    For the fourth time in 12 years, the world is facing a deflation scare. And as with any good horror movie, no one is sure what lurks in the shadows. Since summer, slowing growth in China and severe weakness in Europe and Japan have deepened fears that...
  • Survey finds eurozone recorded its softest quarter in Q4 since the middle of 2013

    Weakness in the eurozone's major economies, such as Germany and France, risks choking off the growth emerging in countries that were at the forefront of the region's debt crisis, a closely monitored survey indicated Tuesday. In its monthly survey of...
  • Dow drops 331 amid concerns about oil price dive, European weakness

    Dow drops 331 amid concerns about oil price dive, European weakness
    Plunging oil prices Monday spooked investors already nervous about weakness in Europe, leading to the biggest one-day drop in stocks in three months. U.S. crude oil dipped below $50 a barrel for the first time in nearly six years. Coupled with...
  • Already-strong dollar hits a 9-year high

    Already-strong dollar hits a 9-year high
    The dollar is still king at the start of 2015, hitting a nine-year peak as the U.S. economy continues to improve while other nations struggle. An index measuring the greenback against a basket of currencies, including the euro and the Japanese yen,...
  • Euro sinks after Draghi hints again at a stimulus

    The euro slid to a 4-1/2 year low against the dollar Friday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi indicated the bank could soon back a government bond-buying program to deal with alarmingly low inflation across the 19-nation eurozone. The...
  • Stocks soar on upbeat job-growth news

    U.S. stocks soared close to the symbolic 18,000-point threshold on news of much higher-than-expected job growth last month, underscoring the nation's strengthening economy. Major equity indexes worldwide also shot up as investors bet that the American...
  • Stocks drop on European Central Bank's stimulus plans, energy slump

    The stock market posted slight losses Thursday after European Central Bank officials decided to delay any stimulus for the struggling continent until next year. Investors also braced for the release of Friday's closely watched U.S. jobs report. Stocks...