European Central Bank News
Illinois Twins Nab Valedictorian and Salutatorian at High School
High school graduating seniors Addison and Cole McKee are not only twins, but they're also the valedictorian and salutatorian of their class at United High School in Monmouth, Illinois.
Report: European Banks to Struggle, May Need to Cut Costs
European banks face only weak prospects for making profits in the months ahead _ and may need to shift their business strategies to return to health
Eurozone Economy Displaying Mixed Signals
Mixed economic signals emerged Monday about the state of the eurozone economy
Scandal-Hit VW Agrees to 4.8 Percent Pay Rise for Workers
Automaker Volkswagen and Germany's industrial union has agreed on wage increases that will see pay rise 4.8 percent by next year, the kind of deal that could help the 19-country eurozone raise inflation from current dangerously weak levels
ECB : Stimulus Working, Grounds for Optimism About Economy
European Central Bank officials at their last meeting saw "grounds for cautious optimism" about the economy as their stimulus measures take hold
Germans Sue European Central Bank Over Stimulus
German opponents of the European Central Bank's economic stimulus programs have filed a new legal challenge in an attempt to bar their national central bank from taking part
Greek Lawmakers to Vote on More Austerity Over Weekend
Greece's government says its latest bill of austerity measures is to be submitted to Parliament by Wednesday at the latest, which would see lawmakers vote on the legislation Sunday
Friday Rewind: Donald Trump Becomes GOP's 'Presumptive' Nominee
Taking a look back at this week's top stories, including Donald Trump's 'presumptive' presidential nomination after a decisive victory in Indiana.
53 Iditarod Race Dogs Stranded Going Home to Norway
Members of Nisqually Tribe near Seattle offered sled teams a place to stay after the unexpected trouble.