CAMBRIDGE, England�The European Central Bank's decision to launch a program of large-scale government bond purchases wasn't delayed by opposition from Germany, ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio said Saturday.
Russian Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev reacts as he attends the Gaidar Forum 2015 ''Russia and the World: New Dimensions'' in Moscow, January 14, 2015.
The Bank of England scrutinises GDP figures every quarter, but there are calls for it to look at 'natural capital' too. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA.
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced an expanded quantitative easing (QE) program on Jan. 22. Starting in March 2015, the ECB will buy, on a monthly basis, 60 billions euros worth of euro area sovereign bonds and private sector securities.
Although reports of its demise may have been greatly exaggerated, the development of Google Glass is definitely on hold. On January 15, Google announced that its Glass Explorer program, where developers and well-heeled members of the public tested ...