Draghi: no directional change that would justify taking action at this time
Optimism on the menu as the CBI finds trade surging at hotels, bars and restaurants
'Europe needs a more European UK as much as the UK needs a more British Europe'
He may be a fool, and he may face an underage sex charge, but he still connects with Italian people
Mario Draghi, European Central Bank president, says interest rates may have to be cut
German stance risks collapse of the currency union and ultimately the political union as well, says financier
If the eurozone is to be saved, it will have to be by its political leaders - not its central bankers
Markets rally on ECB chief’s bold gamble but few believe it will save the euro in the long term
But there will be strings attached when European Central Bank boss unveils his plans today
Analysts line up to denounce ECB's failure to flesh out plans to buy Italian and Spanish debt
EuroGroup agrees first part of €100bn payment will be handed over at end of month
An Italian is now in charge of the Euro bank. No worries - he's 'more German than the Germans'