A top European Central Bank official said Saturday the institution cannot keep lending money to Greece unless the heavily indebted nation extends its bailout programme before a February deadline.
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.
(AFP Relaxnews) -- Although reports of its demise may have been greatly exaggerated, the development of Google Glass is definitely on hold.