European Central Bank president Mario Draghi says the risks to the euro area growth outlook remain on the downside. Photograph: Reuters

(...) inflation rates compared with earlier expectations,” Mr Draghi told reporters in Frankfurt. New forecast(...)

Beijing has spent $200 billion on a failed attempt to prop up the stock market and that foreign exchange reserves fell by $315 billion in the year to July 2015. Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images

(...) and that foreign exchange reserves fell by $315 billion in the year to July 2015. It also matters that(...)

Traders at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange on Monday.  Photograph: Reuters

(...)’s still no clear message” on when the Fed will raise rates, he said. The Standard and Poor’s 500 Index(...)

Ups and downs: stock-market prices at a Chinese securities firm. Photograph: AFP/Getty

(...) stake on the Shenzhen stock exchange, he is down €2.64 billion, leaving him with a fortune of €27(...)

 Hermes International, the French luxury handbag maker, reported a 20 percent increase in first-half earnings as sales growth accelerated in Japan. Photo: Bloomberg

(...) in the half at constant exchange rates, compared with a 7 per cent increase in the rest of Asia as(...)

An employee select a bunch of Fyffes bananas at  a Fyffes ripening and fruit distribution plant. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

(...) selling prices, exchange rates and the costs of fruit, shipping and fuel. Fyffes’ interim dividend rose(...)

Paddy Power rose by 19.5 per cent to €93 a share on foot of its announcement of a merger with UK betting exchange Betfair

(...) announcement of a merger with UK betting exchange Betfair. Paddy Power’s shareholders are also in line to share(...)

Stocks surged late in trading, appearing to respond to the view of William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, that next month may be not be the right time to start increasing rates.

(...) next month may not be the right time to start increasing rates. The Federal Reserve had indicated in(...)

A man walks past an advertisement promoting yuan,  dollar and euro exchange services in Hong Kong.

(...) have on exchange rates, these policies have a beggar-thy-neighbour quality. Growth has been shuffled(...)

 Olivier Blanchard, the recently retired chief economist of the IMF, believed it was an erroneous to assume that, under EMU, it would be easy to finance a current account deficit through foreign borrowing, given the absence of exchange rate risk

(...) the housing shortage. While we are currently benefiting from benign movements in exchange rates vis(...)