In the early 1930s, Poland was in a tight spot geographically. It was sandwiched between Germany and the Soviet Union.
Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s largest bank and one of the top global banks, announced a large loss for the fourth quarter. The bank has to struggle with high anticipated legal [...]
A previously classified report leaked today has revealed a much larger German gold repatriation has already occurred—from 2000–01.
A new capital airport and several other major construction projects in Germany remain stalled after far exceeding time and cost estimates. The German consensus model may be [...]
After much deliberation, the German central bank decided last week to repatriate all of its foreign-held gold reserves.
The wrangling over official German gold reserves stored in the United States is gathering steam. After an official audit request by a government oversight body, the German [...]
An upcoming election in the German state of Lower Saxony may affect Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chances to continue at the helm of Europe’s biggest economy.
German luxury carmakers are on cruise control, selling more cars than ever before in 2012. BMW beat Audi and Daimler, but all three brands registered strong growth.
Germany’s parliamentary election in the fall of 2013 will be one of the most significant events of the year in Europe
In the past week, most of Europe experienced a cold snap and heavy snow, but Ukraine and western Russia suffered the brunt of harsh weather conditions.