Mario Draghi News
Protestor Glitter Bombs European Central Bank President
President Mario Draghi was in the middle of a speech when an activist jumped onto the table and dumped glitter on his head, screaming "end the ECB dictatorship."
ECB Extended Stimulus as 'Steady Hand' in Turbulent Year
Top officials of the European Central Bank extended their stimulus efforts in part to protect the eurozone economy from what could be a turbulent political year at home and globally
Italy Arrests Siblings Accused of Huge VIP Hacking Campaign
Police have arrested a brother-and-sister team suspected of spearheading an ambitious, years-old long campaign of hacking that targeted thousands of accounts belonging to some of the leading political and business figures in Italy
Italy Arrests Suspects Who Tried Hacking Draghi, Renzi
Italian police have arrested two people who allegedly tried to hack into the email accounts of of European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi and ex-premier Matteo Renzi
Protester Unexpectedly 'Glitter Bombs' European Central Bank President
The European Central Bank 's president was taken by surprise at a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany , today when an activist seemingly came out of nowhere and "glitter bombed" him. President Mario Draghi had just began explaining how smoothly the ECB's stimulus program was going when, suddenly,
Markets Get Boost on China Decision, ECB
Morning Money Memo… Markets worldwide are getting a boost this morning after a slew of positive policy news for investors. China’s central bank cut interest rates overnight for the first time in over two years in an effort to boost slowing growth. European Central Bank...
Election 2012: Obama's Top 8 Post-Election Economic Issues
Now that the anticipation of the presidential election is behind investors' minds, the next hurdle of uncertainty is the fiscal cliff and Europe. Stocks are reaching lows not reached in months. The forecast for the European economy is gloomy, and Americans are anticipating gridlock over impending
Stocks Reach Four-Year High; Good News for Obama?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 closed at four-year highs on Thursday after the European Central Bank announced a plan that may provide some long-term assistance to struggling European markets. The S&P 500 closed up 2 percent to 1,432, its highest since January...
New Bond-Buying Push Aims to End Euro Crisis
The president of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi announced a new program today to make unlimited purchases of government bonds. The policy is a bold attempt to cut the interest rates of distressed nations, and put an end to speculation of a euro currency...