The bank's halt to fresh bond purchases exposes the bloc's structural risks, especially the doom loop between banks and Italian government debt.
The DAX is sagging, yet more of the country's executives are snapping up shares in their own companies. Does this suggest a swift return to the bull market?
Germany's DAX is wading into bear territory, and the stream of bad news and profit warnings isn't helping.
The final phase-out of the European Central Bank's controversial economic stimulus is underway. What are the consequences for financial markets?
A Deutsche Bank supervisory board member is the first insider to buy shares in the company in seven years — and he bought €1 million worth.
With borrowing terms in America and Europe set on different paths, the widening gap in returns is a godsend to investors out to make a fast buck.
Germany’s tax revenues continue to boom, reducing the country's dependence on new bonds.
More and more international companies are issuing Schuldschein debt, the German equivalent of a private placement. But defaults are growing as smaller firms borrow money in this way.
The latest proposal for launching euro-zone bonds promises a solution to the region’s fiscal instability. But critics sense the plan, published today, is a debt-sharing scheme in disguise — and an invitation to renewed crisis.
When green energy spin-off Innogy cut its profit forecast, stock in parent company RWE also took a hit. Yet the future remains bright for Germany’s largest power generator.