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One America News Network › Finance › 2 days ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Euro zone banks are set to repay 146.8 billion euro worth of multi-year loans to the European Central Bank ahead of schedule, the ECB said on Friday, in a move likely designed to
The New York Times › Technology › 3 days ago
Private digital currencies such as Facebook's Libra should not be allowed in the European Union until the risks they could pose are clearly addressed, EU finance ministers agreed on Thursday.
One America News Network › Finance › 3 days ago
By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union finance ministers on Thursday backed plans for greater powers to combat money laundering after a series of revelations about large amounts of
One America News Network › Finance › 4 days ago
LONDON (Reuters) - Euro zone business activity stayed near stall speed last month, with manufacturing seemingly continuing to act as a drag on the bloc's dominant services industry as well as the
One America News Network › Technology › 4 days ago
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A digital currency backed by the European Central Bank could be necessary if international payments within Europe remained too expensive, an ECB document said, adding that its
The New York Times › Finance › 4 days ago
One of the newest members of the European Central Bank's Governing Council said on Wednesday that negative interest rates were an effective measure, but that they would be more effective if governments backed them up with fiscal measures.
One America News Network › Finance › 4 days ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will start supervising the subsidiaries of several global investment banking giants from next year as they move significant operations to the continent
The New York Times › Finance › 5 days ago
The Italian depositor guarantee fund (FITD) will examine this week a plan to recapitalise ailing regional lender Popolare di Bari, which needs up to 1 billion euros (859 million pounds) in capital, a source close to the matter said on Tuesday.
ABC News › 6 days ago
New European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says growth remains weak in the 19 countries that use the euro, but gave no indication she was contemplating more stimulus.
Washington Times › 6 days ago
New European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says that growth “remains weak” in the 19 countries that use the euro but gave no indication that she was contemplating more stimulus, saying the measures enacted under her predecessor were...
The New York Times › Finance › 6 days ago
New European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says that growth “remains weak” in the 19 countries that use the euro but gave no indication that she was contemplating more stimulus, saying the measures enacted under her predecessor were...
Reuters › Finance › 6 days ago
Economic growth in the euro zone is weak but consumption has remained resilient and the European Central Bank's easy policy continues to lend support, new ECB President Christine Lagarde said on Monday.
One America News Network › Finance › 6 days ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Economic growth in the euro zone is weak but consumption has remained resilient and the European Central Bank's easy policy continues to lend support, new ECB President Christine
The New York Times › Finance › 1 week ago
Austria's member of the European Central Bank's Governing Council said on Friday he supports ECB President Christine Lagarde's plan to factor climate change into monetary policy discussions, though price stability should come first.
The New York Times › Finance › 1 week ago
Italy's nominee to the European Central Bank's board, Fabio Panetta, struck a dovish tone in his first official comments on Friday, saying the inflation outlook was disappointing and warranted an easy policy.
One America News Network › Finance › 1 week ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Italy's nominee to the European Central Bank's board, Fabio Panetta, struck a dovish tone in his first official comments on Friday, saying the inflation outlook was disappointing
The New York Times › Finance › 1 week ago
Euro zone consumer prices grew faster than expected in November, an official estimate showed on Friday, pushed up by a jump in food and services prices despite a slump in energy costs.
ABC News › 1 week ago
Official figures show that inflation across the 19-country eurozone rose in November but remains way below the level that the European Central Bank and its new president, Christine Lagarde, would like it to be
One America News Network › Finance › 1 week ago
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone consumer prices grew faster than expected in November, an official estimate showed on Friday, pushed up by a jump in food and services prices despite a slump in energy
Reuters › 1 week ago
The euro hovered around its lowest levels for this month on Friday as the dollar held its poise on hopes that the United States and China would be able defuse their damaging tariff war with a preliminary trade deal.
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