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ECB Board Member: More Cheap Loans To Banks Being Discussed

This afternoon, the euro dropped to a three-month low. The decline comes after the European Central Bank’s Benoit Coeure disclosed that a new round...

Central Bank of Ireland Governor To Be Named As New ECB...

Philip Lane, the governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, has received support from the finance ministers of the eurozone to become the new chief economist of...

EU Ombudsman to ECB President: Cut Ties With ‘Group of Thirty’

Emily O’Reilly, the Ombudsman of the European Union, has again urged Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank (ECB), to cut his membership...

Nowotny: Decision Needed on ECB Stake of the BoE After Brexit

On Tuesday, Ewald Nowotny, a policymaker of the European Central Bank said that the governments that are within the Eurozone would have to decide whether...

Mark Carney: Bitcoin A ‘Failed’ Currency

Photo by Bank of England/Flickr On Monday, Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, said that bitcoin has was a failure as a...

Ministers of the Euro Zone to Opt For a Spaniard for...

Finance ministers in the Euro Zone will choose Luis de Guindos, the Spanish Economy Minister, to succeed Vitor Constancio, the European Central Bank Vice President in May,...

Interest Rates Held Steady by the ECB Despite Strong Performance in...

By World Economic Forum via Wikimedia Commons The European Central Bank has interest rates held steady and signalled that it would keep up its aggressive...

Eurozone Stocks Drop Ahead of ECB Meeting

On Wednesday, stocks of the Eurozone pulled back before an ECB meeting that is likely to decrease market stimulus, while a stronger pound struck...

No ‘Empty Shells’ for Brexit Movers, Warns EU banks watchdog

On Thursday, the region's regulators warned that banks that want to have access to the European Union after Brexit are required to set up...

OECD: the United Kingdom Has the Highest Inflation Rate Among Top...

In the newest sign that the Brexit vote is contributing to pressure on living standards, the United Kingdom has the highest rate of inflation...

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