The ECB president said: "Our assessment is that euro area financial markets have weathered the spike in uncertainty and volatility with courage and resilience"
From Europe to China, economic measures to boost growth are failing – but the Bank of Japan is searching for answers between the pages of the children’s fantasy ‘Peter Pan’
Earliest and most violent response seen in the foreign exchange forums as sterling sinks to $1.35 against the dollar - lows not witnessed since 1985
From exchange rates and state pensions, to property purchases and tracker mortgages
Those who recall double-digit price rises and interest rates struggle to see the problems deflation can bring
A Royal Bank of Scotland chief has told investors to flee the markets, but Simon Read finds share forecasts are fallible and panic selling brings losses
North Korea hydrogen bomb test weighs on Asian stocks; European Central Bank to keep rates low until March 2017; John Lewis sales rose over the Christmas period
The wrong economic model of the crisis led Germany to insist on tighter fiscal rules which created a second eurozone recession. German influence on the European Central Bank also led it to delay QE for six years, and raise rates during 2011. Finally we saw how the actions taken much earlier by German employers and employees helped to protect Germany from the consequences of all this.
Shop prices fell at their fastest rate on record in December, in a sign of intense competition on the high street over the crucial Christmas trading period.
The threat of deflation in the eurozone was back on the radar of the European Central Bank after figures showed a surprise slowdown in the cost of living to 0.8 per cent in December.
The European Commission hailed the overnight agreement by finance ministers for a new system to deal with failing banks as an "unprecedented" achievement.
Ireland set to return to the money markets as the first euro zone nation to have completed a strict bailout programme
To keep the euro steady, it's vital that the ECB and other institutions regain public trust
Economic View: What happens to US rates affects the rest of the world but so too does what happens to the US economy
Europe is experiencing a huge shift in population, exacerbated by the eurozone’s rigidities
Sterling hits its weakest since mid-March