Mario Draghi

The inflation target is just the start for the next ECB president
The inflation target is just the start for the next ECB president
With the EU elections out of the way, the horse-trading over a host of top EU jobs, including who replaces [...]
May 30, 2019
The inflation target is just the start for the next ECB president
The inflation target is just the start for the next ECB president
With the EU elections out of the way, the horse-trading over a host of top EU jobs, including who replaces [...]
May 30, 2019
What will happen to the Eurozone when Mario Draghi steps down?
What will happen to the Eurozone when Mario Draghi steps down?
Back in 2012, Mario Draghi committed to do “whatever it takes” to put the euro back on track. This influential [...]
May 20, 2019
Consumer confidence falls in both Eurozone and EU
Consumer confidence falls in both Eurozone and EU
Consumer confidence in both the Eurozone and the European Union fell in April, in news that will cast further gloom [...]
April 23, 2019
Can European banks be saved by mergers and a fresh round of deal making?
Can European banks be saved by mergers and a fresh round of deal making?
The comparisons with US peers just got a lot harder for European banks after a strong showing from JP Morgan [...]
April 16, 2019
The euro falls as ECB chief Draghi delivers pessimistic verdict on Eurozone economy
The euro falls as ECB chief Draghi delivers pessimistic verdict on Eurozone economy
The European Central Bank (ECB) kept up recent tradition today when it announced it would hold interest rates at record [...]
April 10, 2019
The UK is trying to leave the European club – in Italy, the club is on fire
The UK is trying to leave the European club – in Italy, the club is on fire
After Tuesday’s parliamentary showdown, all eyes are on Westminster. Don’t be misled, though – the real existential threat to the [...]
January 31, 2019
The Eurozone is at risk of renewed crisis in 2019 – and this time it’s all about Italy
The Eurozone is at risk of renewed crisis in 2019 – and this time it’s all about Italy
After a dismal 2018, December brought further bad news for the Eurozone in the form of the European Commission’s economic [...]
January 29, 2019
Eurozone bank lending rate quickens despite growth concerns
Eurozone bank lending rate quickens despite growth concerns
Bank lending to eurozone households and companies accelerated in November despite signs the bloc’s economy is slowing, the European Central [...]
January 3, 2019
Euro at 20: Time for ‘close and candid introspection’ rather than celebration
Euro at 20: Time for ‘close and candid introspection’ rather than celebration
The 20th anniversary of the euro should not be cause for celebration but for “close and candid” introspection. European Central [...]
January 1, 2019

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