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Greece to need another bailout extension - euro zone official

Draghi appeals for euro zone reforms to give quantitative easing lasting...

Germany's Schaeuble says to use 'all room for manoeuvre' on investments

ECB launches 1 trillion euro rescue plan to revive euro economy

Asia markets shrug at Greek elections

ECB to decide on bond-buying plan for reviving euro zone economy

IMF's Lagarde rules out special treatment for Greece

ECB quantitative easing probably won't bring inflation up to target:...

Last-ditch ECB plan to revive euro zone

Greek anti-austerity party holds lead before Sunday elections

EU open to later Greek debt repayment, not forgiveness

Markets cheer ECB QE plan

ECB launches bond-buying programme

ECB approves emergency funding line for Greek banks - banking source

Italy cheers ECB bond buying plan, sees big boost to economy

Wall Street up 1.5 percent, euro at 11-year low on debut of ECB plan

ECB set to decide on money printing plan

All eyes on Fed, Greece after ECB fires bazooka

Greek leftist leader Tsipras scores victory over austerity

Should the euro zone really fear demon deflation?

Markets put QE plan under miscroscope

Markets weather Greek election storm

ECB's trillion-euro move offers short-term boost, but at a cost

Greek leftist leader Tsipras claims victory over austerity

Tsipras to form coalition after election victory

Greek PM Tsipras names anti-austerity cabinet, port sale halted

Anti-austerity Greek party wins after crushing victory

ECB's Mersch calls for European capital markets union

Polls open in crucial Greek election

Greek vote next euro zone hurdle

Bundesbank's Weidmann - It's in interest of Greek government to do reforms

Gold climbs toward highest level since August after Greek vote

Is this the end of austerity?

Tsipras enters PM's office for first time

Insight - How Draghi got divided ECB to say 'yes' to money-printing

How Draghi got divided ECB to say 'yes' to money-printing

Greek leftist Tsipras sworn in as PM to fight bailout terms

Greek PM Tsipras promises radical change, markets tumble

Bundesbank's Weidmann casts doubt on effectiveness of ECB's quantitative...

Greeks prepare to head to polls

IKEA sees European revenues rising despite economy worries

SocGen banks on German growth, but uninterested in retail

The FTSE falls, lags continental peers amid commodity selloff