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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Dec 14 2017

ECB's Draghi sidelines critics to keep money taps wide open

FRANKFURT The European Central Bank on Thursday stuck to its pledge to keep money pouring into the euro zone economy for as long as needed, despite opposition from some rate setters and increased growth and inflation forecasts for the area. | Video

Dec 13 2017

Steady as she goes: ECB to keep money taps wide open

FRANKFURT The European Central Bank is likely to bump up some of its economic forecasts on Thursday and may debate tweaking its pledge to keep money at its current, ultra-easy level, but will ultimately reaffirm is policy stance.

Dec 13 2017

Steady as she goes: ECB to keep money taps wide open

FRANKFURT, Dec 14 The European Central Bank is likely to bump up some of its economic forecasts on Thursday and may debate tweaking its pledge to keep money at its current, ultra-easy level, but will ultimately reaffirm is policy stance.

Nov 27 2017

Bubble or breakthrough? Bitcoin keeps central bankers on edge

FRANKFURT Central bankers say the success of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is just a bubble.

Dec 07 2017

Decade in the making: post-crisis banking rules finally signed

FRANKFURT Financial regulators reached a long-sought deal on Thursday to harmonize global banking rules, capping a decade of effort to make banks more resilient even if they fell short of their own initial hopes.

Dec 07 2017

Steinhoff scandal leaves ECB with financial issues of its own

FRANKFURT The accounting scandal embroiling household goods retailer Steinhoff could place the European Central Bank in a tricky position as one of the embattled firm's creditors.

Dec 07 2017

Decade in the making: post-crisis banking rules finally signed

FRANKFURT Financial regulators reached a long-sought deal on Thursday to harmonize global banking rules, capping a decade-long effort to make banks more resilient although falling short of their own initial hopes.

Dec 07 2017

Decade in the making: post-crisis banking rules finally signed

FRANKFURT, Dec 7 Financial regulators reached a long-sought deal on Thursday to harmonize global banking rules, capping a decade-long effort to make banks more resilient although falling short of their own initial hopes.

Dec 07 2017

Steinhoff scandal leaves ECB with financial issues of its own

FRANKFURT, Dec 7 The accounting scandal embroiling household goods retailer Steinhoff could place the European Central Bank in a tricky position as one of the embattled firm's creditors.

Nov 29 2017

ECB likely to delay new rules tackling bad loans after pushback: sources

FRANKFURT The European Central Bank is likely to delay two proposals designed to tackle the euro zone's problem with bad loans after intense pushback from European and Italian lawmakers, three sources close to the matter told Reuters.

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