Paul Taylor

Euro zone bonds idea won’t go away

By Paul Taylor
December 13, 2010

PARIS (Reuters) – Angela Merkel was so determined to kill off the idea of issuing common European bonds that, having tried to squelch it, the German chancellor reversed over it several times last week to make sure it was dead.

Analysis: Euro zone bonds idea won’t go away

By Paul Taylor
December 13, 2010

PARIS (Reuters) – Angela Merkel was so determined to kill off the idea of issuing common European bonds that, having tried to squelch it, the German chancellor reversed over it several times last week to make sure it was dead.

Euro zone jitters spread to German bonds

By Paul Taylor
December 8, 2010

LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) – Yields on German government bonds, normally seen as a safe haven by investors, rose on Wednesday as deepening uncertainty over how to stem the euro zone’s debt crisis hit even Europe’s strongest economy.