The European Central Bank is widely expected to stimulate economic growth by cutting interest rates soon.
Weaker than expected statistics from Germany could be the last prompt for the ECB’s governing council after months of bleak figures from right across the single currency zone.
Italy is one of the countries in trouble. On top of its economic problems it has been stuck in political gridlock. Italy has finally taken a big step towards creating a new government and – perhaps – towards economic recovery.
Among the most anticipated corporate news in the past week was Apple’s quarterly results. And the IT company managed to surprise many.
We’ll discuss all that with Nejra Cehic from Bloomberg in this edition of Business Weekly.