Greece votes against austerity
In Greece the left-wing Syriza party has stormed to power in a landslide victory. Its election platform promised an end to austerity and another debt write-down. But first Athens has to win over its creditors - or default.
Stock markets ignore Greek election
The Greek election result didn't surprise Frankfurt investors who were more interested in the ECB's QE. In New York the Greek election barely caused a murmur. It was soon drowned out by by the start of earnings season and the east coast blizzard. After a quick look at trading, we ask New York correspondent Jens Korte if Greece has lost its scare factor.
Weak euro boosts Ifo Business Climate Index
With the euro now at 11 year lows, German exports are cheaper and companies are looking forward to a bonanza. The ECB's decision to start bond purchases is strengthening the development. German consumer confidence is also bouyant.
Eurozone recovery patchy
Analaysts are afraid the anti-austerity contagion will spread to other eurozone crisis countries. We take a snapshot of their current situation.
Medical technology for the Mideast
The world's second largest annual health fair kicked off Monday in Dubai. Arab Health 2015 shows off the latest technologies and new treatments, some of which come from Germany.