Paul Taylor

Europe misses Strauss-Kahn in its hour of need

By Paul Taylor
May 30, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – Europe may miss Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s leadership in its hour of need even more than will the International Monetary Fund and the French left.

Analysis: Europe misses Strauss-Kahn in its hour of need

By Paul Taylor
May 30, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – Europe may miss Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s leadership in its hour of need even more than will the International Monetary Fund and the French left.

EU policy options narrow to avert Greek default

By Paul Taylor
May 24, 2011

ATHENS/PARIS, May 24 (Reuters) – Europe’s policy options to
manage Greece’s debt crisis are narrowing fast with the European
Central Bank and credit ratings agencies warning against even a
voluntary debt restructuring and Athens highlighting the risk of
an imminent default unless it gets more EU money.

France between denial, anger and grief over Strauss-Kahn

By Paul Taylor
May 20, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – France is caught between denial, rage and grief at the fall of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, with many gutted Socialist supporters clutching at conspiracy theories over the IMF chief’s arrest for alleged attempted rape.

France between denial, anger and grief over DSK

By Paul Taylor
May 20, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – France is caught between denial, rage and grief at the fall of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, with many gutted Socialist supporters clutching at conspiracy theories over the IMF chief’s arrest for alleged attempted rape.

Analysis: France caught between denial, anger and grief over DSK

By Paul Taylor
May 20, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – France is caught between denial, rage and grief at the fall of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, with many gutted Socialist supporters clutching at conspiracy theories over the IMF chief’s arrest for alleged attempted rape.

Analysis: France between denial, anger and grief over DSK

By Paul Taylor
May 20, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – France is caught between denial, rage and grief at the fall of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, with many gutted Socialist supporters clutching at conspiracy theories over the IMF chief’s arrest for alleged attempted rape.

IMF chief resigns, debate on successor heats up

By Paul Taylor
May 19, 2011

WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) – French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde emerged as frontrunner on Thursday to succeed Dominique Strauss-Kahn as head of the IMF after he resigned and vowed to fight charges of sexually assaulting a hotel maid.

Strauss-Kahn resigns as Lagarde heads race to take over

By Paul Taylor
May 19, 2011

WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) – French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde emerged as frontrunner Thursday to succeed Dominique Strauss-Kahn as head of the IMF after he resigned, vowing to fight charges of sexually assaulting a hotel maid.

IMF chief resigns, Lagarde heads race to take over

By Paul Taylor
May 19, 2011

WASHINGTON/PARIS, May 19 (Reuters) – French Finance Minister
Christine Lagarde emerged as frontrunner on Thursday to succeed
Dominique Strauss-Kahn as head of the IMF after he resigned,
vowing to fight charges of sexually assaulting a hotel maid.