George Claassen asks if it was unfair to name Mallett at all in a case of alleged misconduct that clearly has no relevance to him?
The European Union rejected Boris Johnson’s demand that the Irish border backstop should be scrapped after the United Kingdom prime minister stressed his "absolute commitment" to leaving the bloc in October.
A European Central Bank spokesperson has confirmed that it sold Steinhoff bonds last week. The bank did not disclose prices.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has defied what he called an attempt to "humiliate" his government, but reiterated he wanted a deal.
The European Central Bank is considering buying corporate bonds on the secondary market and may decide on the matter as soon as December, sources say.
Health checks on Europe's banks may reveal takeover targets, but any post-"stress test" tie-ups are likely to be along national lines.
The JSE continued to decline last week with very little good news and fragile sentiment pushing share prices down to levels not seen in recent months.
European shares have rose in morning trading, with market sentiment improving after comments by ECB president Mario Draghi raised expectations of policy easing.
The European Central Bank will eclipse all else in economic terms, following heavy hints that monetary policy will be loosened in a variety of ways.
Europe’s finance ministers have just approved a package of reforms to strengthen the monetary union. Their plan falls far short of what’s needed, writes the Bloomberg View editorial board.
By eliminating larger denominations, the central bank can combat illicit financial flows, writes Mike Kush.
The European Central Bank aims to increase the size of its balance sheet towards the levels of 2012, says ECB President Mario Draghi.
Following the grim market response to ECB president Mario Draghi's latest monetary policy pronouncements, Europe is approaching another make-or-break moment.
The European Central Bank is ready to use further unconventional policy tools if needed to stave off the risk of inflation remaining too low for too long.
The European Central Bank has laid out plans to publish an unprecedented trove of data on individual banks when it completes a landmark health check in October.
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