Merkel Won’t Budge, Says Ally
Peter Altmaier, the chief whip of Merkel’s party, said that despite the defeat of the French president in the first round of elections and the fall of the Dutch government, Merkel had not changed her mind about the best way to combat the debt crisis.
German President Resigns Amid Scandal
Christian Wulff, president of Germany, abruptly quit his post in the midst of an escalating financial scandal, complicating the job of Chancellor Angela Merkel in negotiations over the eurozone debt crisis. Wulff may face charges of corruption as investigators seek to eliminate the immunity conferred by his office to probe...
Will ECB Do QE and Start Printing Money? Strategists See Growing Possibility
Although France and Germany are still wrangling over the part that the European Central Bank should play in resolving the spreading debt crisis across the eurozone, apparently one thing is believed possible despite their disagreements: that the ECB could start printing money.