People walk in Athens earlier this month. Greece’s economy grew by 1.4 per cent last year. Photograph: Getty

Inflation in the euro area was slightly cooler than previously thought in February, according to the final reading of prices by Eurostat. Y(...)

ECB president Mario Draghi’s bullish assessment of the recovery in the euro zone will fuel speculation that monetary policymakers could soon begin discussing a withdrawal of monetary stimulus.

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, has said he is “confident” his bank’s policies will restore inflationary pressures in the euro z(...)

About €13 billion worth of corporate bonds were issued last week, compared to just €500 million in the last week of December

The European Central Bank bought a record-breaking €24.7 billion worth of debt last week, taking advantage of a bumper supply of bank bonds to boost i(...)

The IMF has already cut its forecast for euro zone growth next year on the back of the Brexit vote, and the ECB will release new projections next week

Euro zone economic confidence worsened more than analysts predicted in August in a sign that the reverberations of Britain’s decision to leave the EU (...)

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), speaks during a news conference at the bank’s headquarters in Frankfurt. Photographer: Ralph Orlowski/Bloomberg

European markets cautiously set aside warnings that Russia’s conflict with Ukraine was sliding out of control today, as investors focused on the Europ(...)

Jobseekers queue outside an employment centre in Sintra, Portugal. Photograph: Mario Proenca/Bloomberg

Unemployment has reached a new high in the euro zone and inflation remains well below the European Central Bank’s target, underscoring just how severe(...)