Time may be nearing for ECB stimulus exit – Weidmann
The time may be nearing for the European Central Bank to start discussing the end of unprecedented stimulus as ...
ECB Sees Trump Administration as Key Risk to Global Economy
The European Central Bank cited the government of U.S. President Donald Trump as a key reason why the risks to...
Greece needs to clear more hurdles before ECB bond buys: Coeure
Greece is making progress with reforms but it must clear several more hurdles before the European Central Bank will consider including its debt in its 2.3 trillion euro bond purchase programme, ECB Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said.
ECB Council Left Changes for June After Disagreeing on Risks
European Central Bank policy makers pointed to June to revisit their policy stance after differing on how much the region’s economic outlook had improved.
ECB to signal a move away from QE by September on better data – Reuters poll
The European Central Bank is likely to signal a move away from its ultra-easy monetary policy by September as economic performance improves, economists in a Reuters poll forecast, although they have not raised their inflation forecasts.
Draghi Draws Line Under ECB Rate Debate and Warns on Prices
Mario Draghi sought to quash the idea that the European Central Bank will begin tightening policy sooner than planned, saying that inflation in the euro area isn’t strong enough for officials to start signaling such a shift.
Listen Up for ECB Signal in Noise on How Rates, QE Interact
Over the past few weeks, the European Central Bank’s policy debate has sounded a bit like an orchestra warming up. In the next 72 hours though, there’s a chance that a hint of a tune will emerge.