The OECD yesterday slashed growth forecasts for major developed economies, urging much more aggressive European Central Bank (ECB) stimulus to ward off the risk of deflation in a subdued eurozone.
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As EU finance ministers convened in Milan, the European Central Bank's latest decision stoked controversy. In an exclusive DW interview, German Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann assessed the bank's ...
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European high-yield bonds have made a partial – albeit incomplete – recovery from a summer sell-off, with a little help from Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank
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(Reuters) - Banks will take over three quarters of the roughly 400 billion euros of cheap cash offered by the European Central Bank under its targeted long-term loans, designed to boost ...
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by KG/Associated Press A major international organization has cut its growth forecast for the countries that use the euro and says the troubled currency union needs even more stimulus ...
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Call for ECB to use QE to help boost eurozone as political uncertainty dents growth predictions, says thinktankThe global economy faces headwinds from a sluggish eurozone and rising political ...
ARTICLE AT The Observer