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French, German and Italian schemes to show proof of vaccination or negative test averted lockdowns
Greece starts issuing fines for the unvaccinated, France cuts access to social events
The ex-ECB head is viewed as a favourite to become head of state this month, but the vote is hard to predict
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Germany’s reliance on its manufacturing prowess has left it acutely vulnerable to supply chain woes.
Leftwing coalition needs to persuade parliament after deal with business and unions
Asian equities follow Wall Street with figures on Wednesday expected to show higher US consumer prices
Contrary to 2008 crisis, governments are not shying away from increasing base pay but there are other tools
Germany’s benchmark 10-year government bonds have borne negative yields for almost three years
Isabel Schnabel says low-carbon economy ‘poses measurable upside risks’ to inflation projections over medium term
Surprise increase to 5% piles pressure on ECB to speed up stimulus scaleback
Headline inflation dips slightly, but energy costs still rising at double-digit pace
Policymakers everywhere are out of sync with the past.
Chinese banks snap up low-risk financial instruments as concerns over economy grow
Nomination of current prime minister Mario Draghi could fuel government crisis
Forecasters polled by FT foresee extended period of purchases in contrast to other central banks
Backing for growth agenda amid soaring Covid rate and unsettled political landscape
Price growth is most frequently cited risk for economic performance in 2022, along with Covid
Long the poor relation to Frankfurt, Mainz aims to cash in on ‘priceless advertising’ offered by biotech group
Madrid meets end-of-year deadline set by Brussels to receive next tranche of EU funds
Country paves way for its biggest bank to exit majority state ownership