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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.
Europe awaits china's stimulus signal as export economy suffers
The annual policy address by Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday should have greater-than-usual relevance for European Central Bank officials, as they try to gauge how much help for the region’s economy they’re going to get from Chinese demand.
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.
China won't resort to massive stimulus but more easing seen: central bank adviser
China will not resort to ‘flood-like’ stimulus in monetary policy next year, although it will consider more cuts as needed to reserves held at commercial banks, local media quoted a central bank adviser as saying in a report on Tuesday.
ECB to keep pumping stimulus until 2018
The European Central Bank will extend its unprecedented bond-buying program into 2018, S&P Ratings has said, despite current plans to pencil in an end to its stimulus measure around December this year.
ECB will provide stimulus until sustained inflation rebound
The European Central Bank (ECB) will provide stimulus until a sustained inflation rebound, even as its unprecedented measures come with side effects and face constraints, two policymakers said, just as the bank is contemplating more easing.
Rate cut, more stimulus in store at ECB meet
The ECB will roll out its big guns at its monetary policy meeting this week, ramping up its trillion-euro asset purchases and cutting key rates to hike weak inflation, analysts said.
Iran unveils stimulus package to lift economy
The Iranian government has unveiled a policy package to stimulate the stagnant economy through higher investment in production and boosting consumer spending.
Bank of Japan stands back from further stimulus
The Bank of Japan held fire on expanding its unprecedented monetary easing scheme but said the economy was being dragged by a slowdown in key emerging markets, while it was forecast to unveil further measures ‘before too long’.
Bank of Japan holds fire on stimulus
The Bank of Japan on Friday held fire on more stimulus as it pointed to a pick-up in the economy, despite flat-lining inflation that has defied a two-year-old monetary easing program.
China joins ECB in adding stimulus
China’s central bank joined its European counterpart in boosting liquidity to address weakening growth, underscoring a divergence in direction among the world’s biggest economies as the US reduces stimulus.

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