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ECB to hunker down as eurozone outlook worsens
Analysts expect the European Central Bank (ECB) to acknowledge growing risks to the eurozone economy on Thursday while sticking to its patient course, kicking off a year that could see the Frankfurt institution mostly marking time.
German inflation slows just as ECB dials back stimulus
Inflation in Germany’s most populous regions slowed in December, just as the European Central Bank ended a crisis-fighting bond purchase scheme after four years and as global markets slumped.
ECB's Nouy: Eurozone needs large banking champions
The eurozone needs a few mega banks that can compete on the world stage, and banks need a deposit insurance scheme, Daniele Nouy, the head of the European Central Bank’s supervisory board, said on Wednesday.
Euro zone inflation expectations unchanged despite growth slowdown:  ECB survey
Euro zone prices are expected to continue growing at 1.7 percent per year until 2020 despite weaker underlying inflation and economic growth, a European Central Bank survey showed on Friday.
The ECB may end its negative interest-rate policy in 2020
The European Central Bank will end its negative interest-rate policy in January 2020 and start paying for deposits eight months after that, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists.
ECB should keep policy options open regardless of Fed
The European Central Bank should keep its policy options open and not let itself be influenced by the Federal Reserve, ECB policymaker Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Sunday.
The ECB’s bond-buying program was a flop
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has declared that eurozone economic growth is on a steady course and that the risk of deflation is fading, allowing the central bank to phase out its bond-purchase program by the end of December.
ECB endgame has governments debating possible rate-hike damage
European finance ministers and central bankers will gather in Vienna this week to discuss a key test for the eurozone’s expanding economy — whether it can cope with interest-rate hikes.
European Central Bank says rates will remain low for months
The European Central Bank is stressing that interest rates will stay low well into next year even as the US Federal Reserve is expected to keep raising rates in coming months.
German economic growth accelerates again in Q2
The German economy has gained renewed momentum during the second quarter (Q2) of 2018, a monthly report published by the German Central Bank (Bundesbank) said.
ECB's 2008 rate hike revisited: The crisis it didn't see coming
Ten years since the European Central Bank raised interest rates, only to reverse course within months after Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. collapsed and markets seized up, policy makers are still defending their action.
ECB needs to better understand eurozone growth slowdown before ending QE
The euro to US dollar exchange rate fell to its lowest level since last November amid new political uncertainties in southern Europe, which occurred also against the backdrop of eurozone growth slowdown since the beginning of 2018.
Eurozone economic slowdown might not be a blip, ECB chief economist fears
Europe’s economic slowdown has come more quickly than expected and may turn out to be a long-term problem, the chief economist of the European Central Bank warned.
Top Greek banks would lose €15.5b of capital in stress scenario: ECB
Greece's four biggest banks would lose around €15.5 billion worth of their capital by 2020, or nine percentage points of capital under an adverse economic scenario, results of a stress test published by the European Central Bank.
Eurozone banks may get reprieve  until 2021 from ECB bad-debt rules
Eurozone banks may get a reprieve until 2021 to fully implement European Central Bank guidelines on treating new soured loans, an ECB document showed, a retreat from an earlier proposal for a more aggressive treatment of bad debt.

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