ECB in a dilemma over easing off bond purchases in member countries

ECB in a dilemma over easing off bond purchases in member countries

By Christy Gren - Sep 07, 2021

ECB continues to look for answers on how to taper off the stimulus packages and ease off the bond buying?

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Global stocks rise as investors ignore inflations indicators

Global stocks rise as investors ignore inflations indicators

By Anna Domanska - Jun 14, 2021

Global stocks rose to an all-time high, with investor showing confidence in a strong economic recovery from coronavirus and the vaccine effect, but the market is still a bit cautio

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OECD revises eurozone growth outlook as Europe poses threat to global economy

OECD revises eurozone growth outlook as Europe poses threat to global economy

By Anna Domanska - May 29, 2013

The OECD, in its newest report, did not present a colorful picture of the eurozone as it cut growth outlook for the 17-state bloc. The Paris-based organization underlined that the

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Euro Faces Pressure from One-Week Low against Dollar

Euro Faces Pressure from One-Week Low against Dollar

By Jay Raol - Sep 26, 2012

The yen managed to rise higher, even as the euro stayed in the same low spot since last week against the dollar, as witnessed in early trade in Asia on the 26th of September. The m

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EX-ECB Associate Orphanides indicates Disintegration of Euro without Bank Union

EX-ECB Associate Orphanides indicates Disintegration of Euro without Bank Union

By Aubrey Chang - Sep 24, 2012

According to the former policy maker for the European Central Bank, Athanasios Orphanides, the disintegration of the eurozone is imminent if the government is unable to arrive at a

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Onset of Fed QE3 Sees Subdued Stocks, Slide in Dollar Value

Onset of Fed QE3 Sees Subdued Stocks, Slide in Dollar Value

By Carrie Ann - Sep 14, 2012

The slide in US dollar value reached its crux as the US dollar hit its lowest level since the early half of May while markets dealing in stocks and bonds curbed a fair share of the

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Spain to Analyse Conditions Laid Down by ECB

Spain to Analyse Conditions Laid Down by ECB

By Richard Meryn - Sep 08, 2012

Mariano Rajoy claimed on Thursday that he had not entered any kind of discussions with Angela Merkel regarding the fact whether Madrid should make use of the new bond-buying policy

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ECB Policy Criticised by German Central Bank Chief Weidmann

ECB Policy Criticised by German Central Bank Chief Weidmann

By Carrie Ann - Aug 10, 2012

Jens Weidmann, the chief of the German Central Bank is presently engaged in a progressively intense and high stakes fight involving the response of the ECB policy towards the ongoi

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European Central Bank’s 120 Billion Euro Subsidy Enhances Bank Profit

European Central Bank’s 120 Billion Euro Subsidy Enhances Bank Profit

By Dhwani Shah - Feb 13, 2012

  The European Central bank subsidy that could reach as high upto 120 Billion Euros has benefited many banks. The European Central Bank subsidy ($158 Billion) could very well

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