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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Christine Lagarde has called the fight against climate change "mission critical" for the European Central Bank but she will struggle to match those words with actions during her eight years leading Europe's most powerful financial institution.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders on Sunday celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Lisbon Treaty, the union's legal cornerstone, amid calls to reform a bloc weakened over the past decade by economic and migration crises, rising euroscepticism and Brexit.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders confirmed on Friday the appointment of Christine Lagarde as the new chief of the European Central Bank, replacing Mario Draghi from November 1.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU national leaders will meet in Brussels on Thursday and Friday to discuss some of the biggest issues facing the bloc, including the prospect of a member state leaving for the first time and two countries looking to join.
STRASBOURG (Reuters) - The European Parliament backed Christine Lagarde on Tuesday as the next president of the European Central Bank, paving the way for her to become the first woman to hold the post.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Wednesday presented his cabinet list to President Sergio Mattarella, who will swear in the government on Thursday at 10.00 a.m. in Rome (0800 GMT).
TOKYO (Reuters) - An overwhelming majority of Japanese firms see no need for the Bank of Japan to ease policy further this year, a Reuters survey showed, despite speculation the central bank may do so as early as this month as economic pressures mount.
MILAN (Reuters) - The economic chief of Italy's ruling League party said on Friday it was too early to say whether the government would try to get central bank vice governor Fabio Panetta onto the board of the European Central Bank.
PARIS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - After struggling to get his way in Brussels for much of the past two years, Emmanuel Macron can claim a rare victory in brokering a deal on Europe's new leadership team, in a sign the French president might wield greater influence in coming years.
BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - In the twilight of her career, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has chosen to soak up domestic heat from her coalition partners in order to secure a close ally at the top of the European Union who will outlast her.