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Kerry ended 3.2 per cent lower at €104.00. Glanbia also joined in the decline, ending 2.6 per cent lower at €10.95.

French carmaker Renault dragged European shares lower on Friday, while the sharpest contraction in the Chinese economy in nearly three decades exacerb(...)

JPMorgan has raised euro zone equities to “overweight” at the expense of US stocks which it has downgraded to “neutral,” in a marked shift from its longstanding preference for Wall Street.

Investors should put their faith in the beleaguered euro zone, according to one of Wall Street’s biggest banks, which now expects the region’s stocks (...)

President of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi.  Photograph: EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi has thrown his weight behind French president Emmanuel Macron’s call for fiscal transfers between eurozon(...)

Ready to depart the euro zone stage: ECB president Mario Draghi   Photograph: Bloomberg

Mario Draghi can be assured that he’ll end his term as European Central Bank (ECB) president in November with political platitudes from across the con(...)

Is ECB president Mario Draghi going to go out with a bang? Photograph: STEPHANIE LECOCQ/EPA

Mario Draghi wants to go out with a bang, by launching a fresh wave of monetary easing before he steps down as European Central Bank president in Oct(...)

German Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann: ‘The question is whether new measures are necessary based on our inflation outlook.’

The head of Germany’s central bank has announced his opposition to launching a monetary or fiscal policy stimulus package in response to the recent sl(...)

The Bank of Japan’s decision to reduce rates to zero to reboot Japan’s flagging economy in 1999 was seen as radical at the time and looked on by US and European central bankers as a kind of Japanese idiosyncrasy, not to be tried anywhere else

This year, fittingly, marks the 20th anniversary of Japan’s zero interest rate policy (ZIRP). The Bank of Japan’s decision to reduce rates to zero to (...)

The Bundesbank said in its monthly update that it expected Germany’s economy to remain “lacklustre” in the three months to September.

Germany’s central bank has warned that Europe’s largest economy is likely to tip into recession in the third quarter, dragged down by a sharp drop in (...)

ECB president Mario Draghi: he  has signalled  that all options are on the table, including a potential restart of quantitative easing. Photograph:  Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach/File Photo

Euro area inflation was weaker than initially reported in July, raising pressure on European Central Bank policy-makers to consider more stimulus in S(...)

Financial markets have been rattled this week by data  from both Germany and China. Photograph: iStock

The market interest rate on Irish Government bonds plunged to a fresh all-time low on Thursday on talk of more aggressive than expected stimulus measu(...)

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