*Dollar falls to lowest vs yen since November 2014. NEW YORK, Feb 8- The dollar fell to a 15- month low against the yen on Monday as a renewed slide in oil prices and doubts about the effectiveness of the Bank of Japan's negative interest-rate policy drove investors back into the safe-haven currency. "A bit of it is positioning," said Charles St-Arnaud, senior...» Read More
ECB President Mario Draghi said another round of cheap loans for European banks could be provided to support the recovery.
Business activity in the euro zone grew faster than forecast in September, helped by improved performances by both Germany and France, boosting hopes that the region's economic recovery is becoming more broad based.
Ireland should not ease up on austerity in next month's budget but stick to targets for cuts and tax hikes, ECB official Joerg Asmussen said.
As Portugal's international creditors return to begin their delayed review of the country's economy, there are increasing concerns that Portugal could need yet another bailout.
The euro zone hasn’t learnt from the collapse of Iceland’s banking system, Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson told CNBC.
The Italian cabinet on Thursday is set to unveil tax incentives, consulting services and faster start-up rules for foreigners doing business in Italy, in a drive to lure more foreign investment.
A sturdy recovery is still a distant prospect for Europe, despite recent upbeat economic data, ratings agency S&P said on Wednesday.
Stocks still offer investors the best prospects for relative returns, Goldman Sachs' European equities strategist told CNBC on Monday, as equities exit a "hope" phase and enter a "growth" phase.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Monday that the euro zone's economy remained "fragile", unemployment was "still far too high" and reiterated that the euro zone's central bank would keep rates low.
Portugal's leaders have generally done what their international lenders have advised, setting a pattern of government compliance and official praise. This week's bailout inspection could be different.
A former ECB board member has dropped bombshells in a new book that reveals the secret machinations of European politics during the economic crisis.
When is a socialist not a socialist? Perhaps when he advocates cutting public spending rather than raising taxes -- as French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici has done.
Bank England Governor Mark Carney said the central bank was ready to act if the U.K.'s fledgling recovery failed to materialize.
Europe could have another 25 million poor people by 2025 as the effects of austerity measures are felt, a leading poverty charity warned on Thursday.
The answer to the eternal question, Does money make you happy? is no, according to a new study.
As attention now turns to the Dutch government's budget plans - due to be unveiled on September 17 – experts say guiding the country out of its recession will be a long and painful process.
Tougher sanctions against insider dealing and market manipulation, such as interest rate fixing, were voted for by European politicians on Tuesday.
A plan to tax financial transactions in 11 European Union member states from 2014 is illegal, the bloc's lawyers have concluded.
It has become something of a cliché to argue that no real decisions in the euro zone debt crisis will be taken until after the German election in September, but this may be a red herring.
Greece's economy shrank 3.8 percent in the second quarter, the smallest annual decline in nearly three years and helped by a rebound in tourism, adding to signs the economic slump may be bottoming.