Thursday, October 23, 2014   

German top court to consult EU court on ECB bond-buying
(02-07 17:03)

Germany's highest court set a date Friday for its final ruling on the eurozone's crisis tools and said it will send key objections to the European Central Bank's contested bond-buying program to the European Court of Justice.
The German court said it will issue its final ruling on the European Stability Mechanism on March 18, but said that it will consult the European court because it felt there were "important reasons'' to believe that the bank's OMT bond-buying program could "exceed the mandate of the European Central Bank.'' --AFP
   
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