Tuesday’s Money Minute looks at the latest snapshot of economic confidence in Germany and, from the US, the latest report on industrial production.
Mario Draghi’s policy of doing “whatever it takes” is credited with ending the eurozone’s economic panic in summer 2012. Now, Europe is facing the spectre of deflation. Can Draghi pull it off again?
In Wednesday’s Money Minute, we preview July’s retail sales data for the eurozone and Canada’s latest decision on interest rates.
Welcome to Tuesday’s Money Minute, in which we preview the big stories of the day in just 60 seconds. Today, we get the latest manufacturing figures from the eurozone and the USA.
Welcome to today’s Money Minute, your 60-second preview of the day’s most important economic issues. One data release to watch for today is German consumer confidence.
GDP in Europe’s largest economy fell 0.1% in the second quarter and early signs for this quarter are ominous. Alex Rankine reports.
Project Fear failed to move us Brits, but it should really have put the wind up the Germans, says Matthew Lynn.
Larry Fink, the chief executive of asset manager BlackRock, has called on the ECB to buy European stocks with newly created cash.
The new president of the European Commission, Germany’s Ursula von der Leyen, has her work cut out.
Unemployment in France is at a ten-year low, which is creating production bottlenecks and boosting the annual rate of wage inflation.
If you want to lend money to the German government, you won’t be getting any interest. In fact, you may have to pay. John Stepek explains what’s going on in the upside-down bond market.