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Alexis Tsipras during a parliamentary session in Athens on Thursday. The Greek prime minister blinked first after he brought his country to the brink of crashing out of the euro in 2015.  Photograph: Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP/Getty Images

On Thursday, Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras, the once-Marxist firebrand-turned faithful-implementer of austerity, declared that a parliamentary v(...)

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank: rates will remain where they are “through the summer” of next year.  Photograph: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

First the good news. The European Central Bank has signalled that its key interest rate will remain at zero until after the summer of next year. So th(...)

Made in China. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

European and US stocks fell and bonds surged as US president Donald Trump moved his country closer to a trade war with China, while investors also wei(...)

The single currency slumped nearly 1.9 per cent on Thursday, its largest one-day fall since Britain’s June 2016 Brexit vote shock. Photograph: iStock

The euro on Friday was headed for its worst weekly loss in 19 months after a cautious European Central Bank signalled it will keep interest rates at r(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European stocks jumped more than 1 per cent on Thursday, while the euro slumped against the dollar, after the European Central Bank indicated it would(...)

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, said rates will remain at zero for another year.

First the good news. The ECB has signalled that its key interest rate will remain at zero until after the summer of next year. So the regime of rock b(...)

Paddy Cosgrave, Web Summit CEO and founder of MoneyConf. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Monday Indicators: Irish new car sales (May), construction PMI (May); UK balance of trade (Apr), manufacturing and industrial production (Apr); US co(...)

Italian premier Giuseppe Conte (right) and labour minister Luigi Di Maio  ahead of a confidence vote on the government’s programme  on  June 6th, 2018.  Photograph: AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia

Frankfurt’s European Central Bank doesn’t do forgiveness. Like the corner shops of old, there should be a sign up in the lobby: “Please don’t ask for (...)

The most significant monthly change affecting the Irish CPI was an increase in the cost of transport,  reflecting higher oil prices internationally. Photograph: Getty Images

Inflationary pressure in the Irish economy remains weak, with the latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) showing prices nationally rose by just 0.4 per cen(...)

Applegreen was also in demand, rising 0.6 per cent to €6.30, as the fuel forecourt retailer said it had a positive start to the year.

J European stocks ended Wednesday’s session unchanged compared to the previous day as the euro rose as comments from the European Central Bank’s (ECB(...)

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