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Lagarde calls for government help in first major ECB speech
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde called for a new policy mix, saying public investment should be stepped up to ease the burden on monetary stimulus and ensure the region can thrive in an uncertain world.
Meet the other powerful woman to start at ECB
The European Central Bank’s next German policy maker will bring with her an extensive portfolio of research into how financial systems throughout history have coped with war, bubbles and hyperinflation.
Lagarde era begins with chance to map out plans
The Christine Lagarde-era at the European Central Bank is underway and the new president gets her first chance to frame her outlook for the economy and monetary policy publicly on Monday.
Departing Draghi leaves divided ECB to Lagarde
Departing European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will leave a conflicting legacy after chairing his final governing council meeting on Thursday.
Former Draghi lieutenant appeals for calm in ECB stimulus row
Former European Central Bank Chief Economist Peter Praet appealed for calm in an increasingly bitter row over monetary policy that threatens to mar President Mario Draghi’s final weeks in office.
Lagarde faces call for lower ECB inflation goal in policy review
When Christine Lagarde conducts a rethink of the European Central Bank’s policies and tools during her impending presidency, her new Austrian colleague will be keen to contribute.
ECB cuts deposit rate, restarts asset purchase program
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced its key policy decisions to cut the deposit rate by 10 basis points to minus 0.50 percent and to restart net purchases under its asset purchase program (APP) at a monthly pace of 20 billion euros (about $21.9 billion) as from Nov. 1.
Why ECB will stuff free money into bank pockets again
The European Central Bank is throwing every tool it has at the sluggish eurozone economy. Starting in September, it’ll make a generous funding offer to lenders in the region, returning to an approach it’s used twice before in the past five years.
Three of Europe's biggest economies are probably in recession — ECB is out of bullets
Europe could be about to hit a crisis, as three of its largest economies are tanking at the same time.
Will ECB walk or just talk as rate circus comes to Europe?
The global march towards lower interest rates reaches Europe this week with the European Central Bank expected at least to signal easier monetary policy, while Turkey’s new banking chief is seen taking an ax to the country’s rates.
ECB seen priming markets in July for rate cut after summer break
European Central Bank (ECB) policy makers will give a clear signal next week that interest rates are about to fall even further below zero, economists predict.
ECB stands ready to act but should study deeper challenges
The European Central Bank is ready to adjust all of its tools to lift inflation but also needs to study a range of deeper challenges that could alter the course of its policy, Finnish central bank chief Olli Rehn said on Monday.
De Guindos: ECB will act if inflation expectations are de-anchored
Longer-term inflation expectations in the eurozone need to come unstuck for the European Central Bank to provide more stimulus, ECB Vice President Luis de Guindos was quoted on Saturday as saying.

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