The euro zone economy is doing better but it still needs the extra help, says ECB chief Mario Draghi.
The European Central Bank has left its benchmark refinancing rate unchanged at 0 percent.
ECB President Mario Draghi says it's too early to declare victory in efforts to boost eurozone inflation despite signs the recovery is strengthening.
European Central Bank policymakers acknowledged the eurozone's economic recovery is becoming stronger but kept stimulus and interest rates unchanged.
The head of the European Central Bank has moved to end speculation that the ECB will be raisng interest rates sooner rather than later.
European Central Bank pledges to keep its aggressive stimulus policy for now but signals less need to prop up eurozone growth and inflation.
Eurozone economic growth in the final three months of last year was not as good as initially thought - 0.4% rather than the initial 0.5% estimate.
European Central Bank head Mario Draghi has called the US administration's idea of relaxing bank rules "very worrisome".
The European Central Bank's attempt to be more user friendly via #AskECB on Twitter brought serious questions, but a few pranksters as well.
The European Central Bank is confident Italy knows what to do.
The European Central Bank is expected to extend its generous bond buying scheme and keep its principal interest rate, for refinancing operations, unchanged at zero percent as efforts continue to boost
The eurozone is recovering at a “moderate to steady pace and unemployment is falling” according to the European Central Bank’s president.
ECB President Mario Draghi has spoken out against any relaxing of the rules on how banks operate and hinted at more stimulus for the eurozone.
Grilled by German lawmakers, ECB head Mario Draghi has been defending its ultra low interest rates and other stimulus measures.
The European Central Bank has decided it does not need to do anything more right now to stimulate the eurozone economy despite continued weak growth forecasts.
There was no fresh stimulus from the European Central Bank at its latest policy meeting in the face of high unemployment, weak growth and the threat of deflation in the…
Despite all the Brexit turmoil the European Central Bank head Mario Draghi had nothing to say about it in a major speech at an ECB forum in Sintra, Portugal on Tuesday.
The European Central Bank's Mario Draghi argues again reform is needed as well as low interest rates and money printing to get the eurozone's economy growing again.
It’s known as the Old Continent, but Europe’s ageing population could be an economic time bomb.
ECB President Mario Draghi said the prospects for eurozone economic growth are looking slightly better this year and it's the same story for inflation, but there are still many risks.
ECB head Mario Draghi has defended low interest rates following complaints from German officials, including Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble, that they are hurting savers.
The European Central Bank has kept borrowing costs at record low levels despite German criticism of the stimulus moves.
Analysts say the European Central Bank could end up owning as much as a quarter of all eurozone government bonds which risks distorting the market.
European shares enjoyed only a brief bounce on Thursday before investors focused on Mario Draghi's statement that interest rates will only be cut again in the most extreme of circumstances.
The European Central Bank is desperately keen to avoid deflation which economists say has a negative effect on growth.
The European Central Bank has cut its main interest rate to zero from 0.05 percent as part of stimulus measures intended to boost lending, consumption and inflation.