24.09.2012 [Seeking Alpha] - That's right, ChancellorAngelaMerkel and President Francois Hollande underlined Franco-German disagreement over the weekend as they clashed on a timetable to introduce joint oversight of the region's banking sector, with Merkel rebuffing Hollande's
25.09.2012 [Schaeffers Research (blog)] - U.S. stock futures are indicated higher this morning as investors await domestic data on the home-price and consumer-confidence front, while a meeting between German ChancellorAngelaMerkel and European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi has
25.09.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - German ChancellorAngelaMerkel addresses the annual meeting of the BDI (Federation of German Industries) on Tuesday (Photo: AFP). 10.09 Europeans must acknowledge their economic gaps honestly, says Mrs Merkel. On a banking union, she says that the
25.09.2012 [MNI News] - BERLIN (MNI) - German ChancellorAngelaMerkel said Tuesday that the outlook for Germany and Europe is uncertain and that the German economy will not be able to decouple from the global economic slowdown. "Germany is not an island, it cannot decouple
25.09.2012 [Kathimerini] - German lawmakers would refuse to back a further writedown of Greek debt because such a move would amount to a third aid program, a senior ally of ChancellorAngelaMerkel said. “How could we possibly do that?” Michael Meister, the parliamentary finance
25.09.2012 [CNN] - Investors will be keeping tabs on Europe's ongoing debt crisis as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi meets with German ChancellorAngelaMerkel. International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde warned Monday that the continent's
24.09.2012 [New York Times] - ChancellorAngelaMerkel of Germany said at a news conference with President Francois Hollande of France that the pair discussed “what needs to be considered in connection” with the deal, but “no decision was taken.” The two aerospace companies are
AngelaMerkel is Chancellor of Germany ... PARIS— European Union leaders cautioned Wednesday that talks with Greece over its demands to ease its bailout loans will be tough, though the country's new prime minister was upbeat about a possible solution.