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.
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 ...
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 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.
Google released its fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday, and those results were pretty lacklustre. The company delivered decent, if disappointing, growth.