Paul Taylor

Insight: ECB thinks the unthinkable, action likely weeks away

By Paul Taylor
July 30, 2012

FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) – The European Central Bank is thinking the unthinkable to save the euro, including resuming its controversial bond-buying program and possibly even pursuing quantitative easing – in effect printing money.

ECB thinks the unthinkable, action likely weeks away

By Paul Taylor
July 30, 2012

FRANKFURT/PARIS, July 30 (Reuters) – The European Central
Bank is thinking the unthinkable to save the euro, including
resuming its controversial bond-buying programme and possibly
even pursuing quantitative easing – in effect printing money.

Euro exit talk risks self-fulfilling prophecy

By Paul Taylor
July 23, 2012

PARIS (Reuters) – To understand the impact of a potential Greek exit from the euro zone, imagine an operating theatre inside a betting shop.

Analysis: Euro exit talk risks self-fulfilling prophecy

By Paul Taylor
July 23, 2012

PARIS (Reuters) – To understand the impact of a potential Greek exit from the euro zone, imagine an operating theatre inside a betting shop.

Euro zone fragmenting faster than EU can act

By Paul Taylor
July 9, 2012

PARIS (Reuters) – Signs are growing that Europe’s economic and monetary union may be fragmenting faster than policymakers can repair it.

Analysis: Euro zone fragmenting faster than EU can act

By Paul Taylor
July 9, 2012

PARIS (Reuters) – Signs are growing that Europe’s economic and monetary union may be fragmenting faster than policymakers can repair it.