[HONG KONG] The euro sank to an 11-year low Monday but Asian equities largely recovered from early losses after an anti-austerity party won Greece's election, throwing its international bailout...

WALL STREET INSIGHT

LAST week, US stocks rallied and European benchmarks hit all-time highs as traders applauded the European Central Bank's (ECB) quantitative easing (QE) programme...

STOCKS

THE attention this week shifts from one central bank to another, with the added twist of Greek elections to throw a spanner in the works.

[NEW YORK] A worldwide bond market rally slowed this week as policy makers led by the European Central Bank stepped up efforts to strengthen their economies.

[LONDON] Stocks from Russia to Taiwan rose, sending an emerging-market gauge to its best week since March, as European Central Bank stimulus boosted appetite for risk. Russian shares climbed with...

[NEW YORK] US stocks fell on Friday, trimming the first weekly gain of 2015, as weaker-than-forecast results at companies from United Parcel Service Inc. to Kimberly-Clark offset confidence that...

COMMENTARY

IN 2012, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) Mario Draghi famously announced that he would do "whatever it takes" to save the euro. Finally, he has done the long-expected...

STOCKS

AIN'T nothing like the word "stimulus" and "open-ended" to set off a rally in equity markets as if they've been hit by an adrenalin shot. ...

FOR US investors and tourists especially, the long-awaited move by the European Central Bank on Thursday to help stimulate growth on the Continent is welcome news. For the rest of the US economy, it...

EUROZONE business activity picked up to a five-month high in January, a key survey showed on Friday, just the day after the European Central Bank announced a 1 trillion euro (S$1.5 trillion) economic...