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ECB says a rate hike unlikely for 2022; euro slides
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde reiterated on Friday that the “conditions to raise rates are very unlikely to be satisfied next year.”
Lagarde stays quiet on ECB rate rises beyond 2022
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said on Monday she would not "venture" into speculation over interest rate rises in 2023 amid pressure for the bank to define its response to high inflation.
European Central Bank expected to hold steady as economy slows, inflation soars
For some time, central-bank watchers have expected the ECB’s October meeting to be relatively unexciting, but the current mix of slowing growth and higher inflation could render it more eventful than originally anticipated.
Germany's Laschet says trusts ECB to keep inflation in check
Armin Laschet, the conservative candidate bidding to succeed German Chancellor Angela Merkel in this month’s election, said he was confident the European Central Bank (ECB) would achieve price stability, as accelerating inflation hits savers.
Europe’s next economic test is delivering change: ECB chief
The greatest challenge facing Europe’s rebounding economy is whether authorities can implement the changes needed to transform its potential, according to European Central Bank (ECB) President Christine Lagarde.
Former ECB chief Draghi appointed to form Italy's new gov't
Former chief of European Central Bank (ECB) Mario Draghi was appointed to form Italy's new government, the office of President Sergio Mattarella said on Wednesday.
Has ECB made wealth gap wider?
The European Central Bank (ECB) likely saved the eurozone from several financial crises but it is also accused of exacerbating inequality with its ultra-loose monetary policies.
ECB’s Villeroy says debt cancelation would be dangerous path
European Central Bank policymaker Francois Villeroy de Galhau has rejected suggestions that the institution should consider writing off the public debt it bought during the pandemic, saying to do so would backfire.
ECB must act to fend off deflation, Bank of Spain official says
The European Central Bank must introduce additional monetary policy stimulus in December to stave off the risk of deflation in the eurozone, the Bank of Spain’s chief economist said.
Europe ‘could do anything’ to help economy: ECB’s Panetta
European authorities could “do anything” to help boost the economy, Fabio Panetta, a member of the European Central Bank’s executive board, said at an online forum.
Pandemic wave risks delaying eurozone recovery: ECB's Panetta
The risk that the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic could derail the eurozone’s recovery from deep recession makes ultra-easy monetary policy all the more necessary, European Central Bank board member Fabio Panetta has told a Greek newspaper.
Why is the ECB eyeing a 'digital euro'?
The European Central Bank Is expected to launch a public consultation and start experiments to help it decide whether to create a "digital euro" for the 19-nation currency club.
ECB to discuss the creation of digital euro
The European Central Bank (ECB) is considering the option of creating a Union’s proper digital euro with study results to be revealed in the coming weeks. Further analysis and likelihood of the project are subject of public discussion, said Lagarde, ECB’s president.
ECB’s Lagarde expects disinflation as crisis transforms economy
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said the eurozone faces about two years of downward pressure on prices, but could see a turnaround after that because the coronavirus crisis will accelerate the transformation of the economy.
ECB prepares 'bad bank' plan for wave of coronavirus toxic debt
European Central Bank officials are drawing up a scheme to cope with potentially hundreds of billions of euros of unpaid loans in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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