European Central Bank

EU Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly has again urged European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi to suspend his [...]

5 July 2018
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June was dominated by trade war fears as Donald Trump said he would add further tariffs on Chinese and European [...]

2 July 2018
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The Bank of England said today that “progress” has been made to prepare the UK financial sector for Brexit, [...]

27 June 2018
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It’s fashionable for central banks to be more cautious in the West. The Federal Reserve is busy putting up interest [...]

19 June 2018
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Earlier this week I chaired a discussion at TheCityUK’s annual conference, where several people, including [...]

15 June 2018
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The European Central Bank (ECB) today announced the end of its quantitative easing (QE) bond purchases, in a landmark [...]

14 June 2018
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The US dollar dipped slightly in early trading today, but held off any major losses after the meeting between [...]

12 June 2018
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Higher oil prices are expected to cause a rebound in UK inflation, adding to expectations that the Bank of England [...]

10 June 2018
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The European Central Bank (ECB) will debate whether to unwind bond purchases next week, its chief economist said [...]

6 June 2018
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Recent political developments in Italy have presented additional risks for markets, especially European equities. [...]

5 June 2018
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The euro recovered from its recent woes today on the back of strong eurozone inflation figures and increased optimism [...]

31 May 2018
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Brussels has risked ramping up tensions between the EU and Italy's populist parties once again, with an MEP suggesting [...]

31 May 2018
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There have been many warnings about the future of the euro, but so far the single currency has survived all the [...]

30 May 2018
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The old quip that the EU can only deal with one crisis at a time is about to be tested. [...]

24 May 2018
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Occasionally, there is a major change of government that should command the attention of investors. [...]

23 May 2018
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Inflation in the UK dropped to its lowest levels since March 2017 last month, according to the latest figures [...]

23 May 2018
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Finally, over two months after they went to the polls, we have a new government in Italy, and a candidate to be [...]

23 May 2018
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French president Emmanuel Macron is facing a sharp rebuke on his plans to reform the Eurozone after 154 leading [...]

22 May 2018
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The Spanish banking group Banco de Sabadell S.A. has been fined €1.6m (£1.4m) by The European Central Bank [...]

8 May 2018
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A significant increase in tariffs from US President Donald Trump could derail international trade, the European [...]

7 May 2018
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The pace of price rises in the Eurozone fell in April to add to the reasons for caution for the European Central [...]

3 May 2018
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Growth in the Eurozone economy lost some of its momentum at the beginning of 2018, although the expansion continued [...]

2 May 2018
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Major global equity markets recovered some ground in April following a difficult first quarter of 2018. Sentiment [...]

1 May 2018
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The Bank of England and the European Central Bank are teaming up for work on protecting the financial services [...]

27 April 2018
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Germany has a global reputation for being solid and stable. [...]

27 April 2018
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The European Central Bank announced today that interest rates would remain unchanged "for an extended period of [...]

26 April 2018
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