Bank governor dismisses setting negative interest rates even in the event of an economic downturn
The year has started with six weeks of turmoil in the stock markets – and, just like in 2008, the banks are back in the spotlight
Roling coverage of the ongoing turbulence in the stock markets, and new growth figures from across the eurozone.
Up to 2% could be wiped off GDP if the UK leaves the European Union, hurting real incomes and weakening the pound, says Credit Suisse
Share trading in China halted as survey renews fears of economic slowdown.
Eurozone manufacturing improves, but UK and US below expectations.
Around £34bn wiped off FTSE 100.
The most popular stories of the year were about Greece
European Central Bank expected to increase quantitative easing as French consumer spending collapses amid ‘avalanche’ of tourist cancellations
An important International Monetary Fund paper looks at how the eurozone should have responded to the problems that affected five of its members
Talks continue on repossession legislation the Syriza government says would push austerity-hit Greeks over the edge
All the day’s economic and financial news, as Paris investors refuse to panic after Friday’s attacks