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Hackers Seeking Ransom Steal User Data From European Central Bank's Website

The European Central Bank announced today that hackers have stolen about 20,000 email addresses and an unknown but lower amount of other information like physical addresses and phone numbers from a database serving its website. 159 more words

European Central Bank says it was victim to extortion attempt after database hacked

BERLIN — The European Central Bank said Thursday that email addresses and other contact information have been stolen from a database that serves its public website, though it stressed that no internal systems or market-sensitive data were compromised. 296 more words

FP Tech Desk

ECB Dan Program LTRO

Pada konperensi pers-nya tanggal 3 Juli 2014 silam, Mario Draghi menjelaskan tentang program LTRO atau Long Term Refinancing Operations. Kali ini program yang diluncurkan oleh European Central Bank (ECB) itu disebut dengan Targeted LTRO atau TLTRO. 339 more words


Study says income inequality in America even worse than we thought

There is massive income inequality in the United States. It’s a fact. There’s no disputing that such a gap exists, regardless of your emotional response (or lack thereof) to the fact that the lion’s share of wealth in America is concentrated at the top. 491 more words


Study: U.S. wealth inequality worse than previously thought

A new study from the European Central Bank suggests that the state of wealth inequality in the U.S. is even more dire than previous statistics have shown. 233 more words


Sovereign Debt Risk in Europe Takes a Holiday

by Brad Houle, CFA
Executive Vice President

We have illustrated below the details of the convergence of government bond yields between the stronger credits of Germany and the United States versus the weaker credits of Italy and Spain. 551 more words

Weekly Market Makers

Europe markets tumble as Portuguese bank woes rattle nerves

Remember the euro crisis? If not, take a look at the markets today to remind yourself.

European markets have taken a hard fall out of bed Thursday, on fears for the strength of Portugal’s largest listed bank, Banco Espirito Santo SA, whose shares were suspended in Lisbon after falling 17%. 779 more words