By Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) – European shares sank for a third day on Tuesday as a slide in oil prices showed no sign of easing off, supporting traditional safe-haven assets such as top-rated government bonds, the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc. Asian shares had slumped overnight after another day of drama on oil Read More

By Jamie McGeever LONDON (Reuters) – The euro slumped to a nine-year low on Monday as investors bet that the prospect of inflation across the region turning negative and mounting political uncertainty in Greece will force the European Central Bank to unleash quantitative easing. European shares were volatile, initially falling sharply before rebounding into positive Read More

By Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) – The euro took another downward lurch on Friday, sinking to a 4-1/2 year low against the dollar on clear indications that the European Central Bank will soon embark on outright money-printing. Yields on government bonds issued by the euro zone’s heavily indebted southern member states – which the bank Read More