"We work really well together," Schaeuble said about Berlin and Paris when asked whether Germany was losing patience with its neighbour. BERLIN: Germany will not publicly criticise France over economic policy, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble ... Economic Times, 3 days ago
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The euro zone crisis is no longer the main risk for the global economy, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Saturday, adding that a "relatively high level of liquidity" could cause problems. Speaking after a meeting of Group of Seven ...Reuters, 1 week ago German Finmin-eurozone crisis no longer main risk to global economy Reuters, 1 week ago Schaeuble warns of euro zone risks from Cyprus crisis The Hindu, 1 month ago Eurozone crisis no longer main risk Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
BERLIN: Germany's finance minister has called for caution as the European Union draws up plans to wind up failing banks, suggesting that the 27-country group risks losing credibility if it tries to set up a central rescue agency without changing the ...Economic Times, 6 days ago More »Europe at odds over path toward banking union as Germany advocates cautious 2-step approach Yahoo! Canada, 6 days ago Schaeuble asks for more time before a complete banking union New Europe, 6 days ago [Ticker] Schaeuble calls for 'two-step approach' to banking union EUobserver, 6 days ago
Slovenia is right to say it doesn't need a bailout, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said as the country's benchmark bond declined. "The Slovenian government says it can do it without the rescue umbrella, it doesn't want a program and I ...BusinessWeek, 6 days ago Schaeuble Says Slovenia Won't Need Bailout as Yields Rise La Repubblica, 6 days ago Germany's Schaeuble Says Slovenia Right on No Aid Needed as Yields Rise Bloomberg, 6 days ago
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble comments on the Slovenian government's position on possibly seeking aid from Europe's bailout fund, the European Stability Mechanism, the region's future banking union and controversy over the need to ...BusinessWeek, 6 days ago
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble signaled support for an easing of Europe's austerity drive as he prepared to face pressure from global counterparts to do more to spur growth. On the eve of a meeting of Group of Seven finance ministers and ...BusinessWeek, 1 week ago Germany's Schaeuble Signals Support for Easing Austerity Drive Moneynews, 1 week ago Schaeuble Signals Support for Easier European Austerity at G-7 La Repubblica, 1 week ago G-7 Intensifies Japan Focus Signaling Acceptance of Yen's Fall La Repubblica, 1 week ago
Germany Must Read Spiegel said in its edition published on Sunday that Wolfgang Schaeuble made the comment during a meeting of his Christian Democrat (CDU) party last Wednesday, telling those present the purchase of asset-backed securities (ABS) by ...International Business Times Australia, 1 week ago More »German finance minister against idea of ECB buying ABS: magazine Yahoo! Canada, 1 week ago Schaeuble says Europe to get banking union underway quickly Reuters, 1 week ago Germany to oppose ECB's asset buying Business Times Malaysia, 1 week ago
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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has defended the European Commission's decision to give France two more years to meet the EU deficit target of three percent. In an interview with the daily Bild to appear in Sunday's edition, Schaeuble ...IAfrica.com, 1 week ago Weidmann Slams French 'Savings' - Widening Franco-German Divide Zero Hedge, 1 week ago Germany's Schaeuble defends delaying France deficit target Yahoo Philippines News, 2 weeks ago
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said the money to pay for the resolution of troubled European Union banks won't come from a single pool until decision-making powers in the bloc are more centralized. Germany instead seeks a network of ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago
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Wolfgang Schaeuble warned of "unrealistic" expectations for growth in the European Union, which remains deep in recession.Economic Times, 4 weeks ago 'Deficit-cutting is European, not German policy' Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
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