Final Race to Join Lagarde’s ECB Inner Sanctum Will Start Soon
Two ECB policy makers suggest they support keeping the pandemic bond-buying programme active for the foreseeable future.
Euro-Area Furloughs May Only Have Delayed Virus Jobs Damage
Bundesbank President Raises Concerns on EU Stimulus, Funke Says
ECB’s Strategic Review Will Take a Deep Dive Into Fiscal Policy
ECB, Hungarian Central Bank Set Up Line for Euro Liquidity
EU’s Rescue Gives Italy a Fillip Now Even If Money Takes Longer
Lagarde Says Female Leaders Proved Themselves in Coronavirus Crisis
ECB Officials Didn’t Agree on If They’ll Use Full Bond Plan
ECB is widely expected to keep its emergency bond-buying program unchanged, supplemented by negative interest rates.
ECB Says Loan Standards to Tighten as Government Protections End
Croatia to Take Steps to Be Ready for Euro in 2023, Maric Says
Croatia and Bulgaria-- two of EU’s poorest countries are among the others in the waiting line.
Croatia, Bulgaria Cleared to Join Waiting Room to Adopt Euro
Pandemic Creates Germany-Sized Drop in Global Consumption
Europe’s Central Bankers See Hints of Stronger Economic Bounce
Her comments confirm the ECB has effectively switched to a wait-and-see mode after the economy began to bounce back.
ECB Split Is Brewing on Pandemic Program That Calmed Crisis
The euro-area economy should grow again in the third quarter although weak demand and mounting job cuts will likely weigh on it.
Schnabel Says ECB May Not Use Full Size of Its Emergency Program
Euro-Area Manufacturing Stems Its Slump With Jobs at Risk