HELSINKI�The European Central Bank will stop lending to Greek banks if there is no agreement to keep the country's bailout program in force, an ECB policy maker said on Saturday.
Several of the world's wealthiest state-backed funds are in talks to provide financial backing for O2's industry-changing �10bn tie-up with rival UK mobile operator Three.
This week's earnings report from Google didn't give bullish investors much to hang onto, but they found a hook anyway. The stock jumped 4.7% Friday, odd given that the Web giant's results from the previous afternoon missed nearly every analyst forecast.
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.
By Nelson D. Schwartz Economic growth slowed at the end of 2014, but robust consumer spending during the final quarter of the year, which is expected to continue as Americans enjoy the benefits of lower energy prices, suggested that the economy was ...