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  • IMF Chief Christine Lagarde Says Worried About European Elections

    IMF Chief Christine Lagarde Says Worried About European Elections

    Faster US growth and low unemployment could lead to more US interest rate hikes, while inflation in the United States has begun to approach the threshold which would also trigger monetary tightening, she said.

  • Cheering Better Growth, ECB Seen Keeping Policy, Stimulus Unchanged

    Cheering Better Growth, ECB Seen Keeping Policy, Stimulus Unchanged

    The ECB is all but certain to leave current monetary policy in place and maintain a promise for lengthy stimulus, having extended its bond-buying programme just last month.

  • European Union Break-up No Longer Unthinkable: German Vice Chancellor

    European Union Break-up No Longer Unthinkable: German Vice Chancellor

    Germany's insistence on austerity in the Eurozone has left Europe more divided than ever and a break-up of the European Union is no longer inconceivable, German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel told Der Spiegel magazine.

  • ECB Spooks Bond Markets With Stimulus Slowdown

    ECB Spooks Bond Markets With Stimulus Slowdown

    In commodity markets, oil steadied after slipping on doubts that production cuts promised by OPEC and Russia would be deep enough to end a supply overhang.

  • ECB Unexpectedly Cuts Asset Purchases, Extends Until End-2017

    ECB Unexpectedly Cuts Asset Purchases, Extends Until End-2017

    The ECB was fully expected to keep the asset buys going, likely fearing that cutting back prematurely could abort a still timid recovery and unravel the impact of its buys.

  • Nikkei Falls After Italian PM Quits, Euro Dives To 20-Month Low

    Nikkei Falls After Italian PM Quits, Euro Dives To 20-Month Low

    In forex markets, the 19-nation euro slumped to $1.0506 in early Tokyo trade, its lowest since March 2015, but it later rebounded to $1.0585.

  • RBI Policy, Macro Data, Global Cues To Dictate Market Trend

    RBI Policy, Macro Data, Global Cues To Dictate Market Trend

    Investors are keeping an eye on global events like Italy's constitutional referendum outcome (due December 4 night), which could determine whether the country stays in the Eurozone or not.

  • Populism, Anti-Establishment Mood To Hit Global Growth: Fitch

    Populism, Anti-Establishment Mood To Hit Global Growth: Fitch

    Global growth is now expected to pick up to 2.9 per cent in 2017 from 2.5 per cent this year as US investment recovers, fiscal policy is eased and recessions come to an end in Brazil and Russia.

  • ECB Minutes Firmly Point To December For Decision Over Asset Buys

    ECB Minutes Firmly Point To December For Decision Over Asset Buys

    Core inflation still lacks a convincing upward trend and wage growth has been unexpectedly subdued, but the Eurozone economy is developing along the path seen earlier so it was premature to make a call either way, minutes of the October 20 meeting showed, repeating policymakers widely discussed view.

  • Eurozone Bond Yields Fall After Bank Of Japan Fires Warning Shot

    Eurozone Bond Yields Fall After Bank Of Japan Fires Warning Shot

    Investors were also reluctant to push yields higher for now, after they rose so sharply in a short space of time, analysts said.

  • Eurozone Growth Still Slow, October Core Inflation Dips

    Eurozone Growth Still Slow, October Core Inflation Dips

    Eurostat said gross domestic product in the 19 countries sharing the euro rose 0.3% quarter-on-quarter in the July-September period and by 1.6% year-on-year.

  • Eurozone Economy To Improve, But There Are Risks: ECB President Mario Draghi

    Eurozone Economy To Improve, But There Are Risks: ECB President Mario Draghi

    But the risks are to the downside, ECB President Mario Draghi said, meaning performance is more likely to be worse than better.

  • ECB Holds Rates, Seen Charting Course To More Easing In December

    ECB Holds Rates, Seen Charting Course To More Easing In December

    The ECB has provided unprecedented stimulus for years with sub-zero rates, free loans to banks and over a trillion euros in bond purchases, all in the hope of reviving growth and lifting inflation back to its target of just below two per cent after more than three years of misses.

  • Eurozone Business Growth Hits 21-Month Low: Survey

    Eurozone Business Growth Hits 21-Month Low: Survey

    Businesses have reined in spending amid growing caution about the economic outlook and political uncertainty as Britain gears up to start divorce proceedings from the European Union and Germany and France face elections.

  • Eurozone Economy 'Resilient' Despite Brexit Vote: ECB

    Eurozone Economy 'Resilient' Despite Brexit Vote: ECB

    The Eurozone economy is coping well with global uncertainty, such as Britain's vote to leave the European Union, even if the outlook for external demand has worsened, the president of the European Central Bank said on Monday.

  • ECB Holdings Hit 1 Trillion Euros With Government Debt Buys

    ECB Holdings Hit 1 Trillion Euros With Government Debt Buys

    After 18 consecutive months of buying government bonds to pump up the economy and raise inflation, the European Central Bank's holdings hit a landmark last week - 1 trillion euros ($1.12 trillion.

  • Eurozone Business Growth At Slowest Since Start Of 2015: PMI

    Eurozone Business Growth At Slowest Since Start Of 2015: PMI

    Eurozone business growth was at its weakest since the start of last year in August, suggesting the bloc's already struggling economy is losing what little momentum it had, a survey showed on Monday.

  • Eurozone Inflation Stable In August, Against Expectations Of Rise

    Eurozone Inflation Stable In August, Against Expectations Of Rise

    Eurozone inflation was stable in August, against expectations of a slight rise, as food, industrial goods and services prices increased by less than in July, piling more pressure on the European Central Bank to act.

  • 'Lop-sided' Eurozone Factory Growth Slowed In July: PMI

    'Lop-sided' Eurozone Factory Growth Slowed In July: PMI

    Manufacturing growth across the Eurozone eased in July, a survey showed on Monday, and signs of a sharper slowdown outside powerhouse Germany may add to calls for the European Central Bank to loosen policy again.

  • Eurozone Economy Resilient To Brexit So Far

    Eurozone Economy Resilient To Brexit So Far

    The Eurozone economy has remained surprising resilient to the shock of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, fresh data showed on Thursday, a big contrast to the UK where signs of widespread economic pain are already apparent.

  • Eurozone Bond Yields Rise As Britain Holds Rates Post-Brexit

    Eurozone Bond Yields Rise As Britain Holds Rates Post-Brexit

    Eurozone bond yields rose on Thursday after the Bank of England wrong-footed investors by holding interest rates steady at its first meeting since Britain's vote to leave the EU last month.

  • Brexit Opens Up Bank Fault Line From Milan To Lisbon

    Brexit Opens Up Bank Fault Line From Milan To Lisbon

    The ripples from Britain's decision to leave the European Union have spread across Europe to its southwestern edge, where Portugal is quietly struggling to contain a banking crisis.

  • UK Business Minister Calls For Corporate, Personal Tax Cuts: Report

    UK Business Minister Calls For Corporate, Personal Tax Cuts: Report

    Britain's business minister Sajid Javid said the government should cut corporate and personal taxes to soften the blow from an expected slowdown after Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

  • Bank Of England Takes Steps To Meet Brexit Challenge; Pound Falls

    Bank Of England Takes Steps To Meet Brexit Challenge; Pound Falls

    The Bank of England (BoE) took steps to ensure British banks keep lending and insurers do not dump corporate bonds as it said the economic risks it warned of before the vote to leave the European Union had started to materialise.

  • Ready To Lend More After Capital Requirements Cut: UK Banks

    Ready To Lend More After Capital Requirements Cut: UK Banks

    Some of Britain's biggest financial institutions said they were ready to lend more after a decision by the Bank of England to cut their capital requirements, according to a joint statement with finance minister George Osborne on Tuesday.

  • In Or Out? Brexit Limbo Gives EU Headache

    In Or Out? Brexit Limbo Gives EU Headache

    The European Union says it will not be "paralysed" after Britons voted to leave, but Brussels policymakers say uncertainty over Britain's future is already complicating the lawmaking process for the rest of the EU.

  • UK To Face Inflation, Recession Risks Due To Brexit: ECB Official

    UK To Face Inflation, Recession Risks Due To Brexit: ECB Official

    Britain will face two key challenges, inflation and recession, after Britons voted to leave the European Union, or Brexit, European Central Bank Governing Council member Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Sunday.

  • Brexit To Impact Eurozone Recovery: ECB Board Member

    Brexit To Impact Eurozone Recovery: ECB Board Member

    The uncertainty sparked by the British vote to leave European Union will "inevitably" harm economic recovery in the euro area, European Central Bank executive board member Benoit Coeure said in a newspaper interview Friday.

  • Euro Zone Unemployment Falls To Near 5-Year Low

    Euro Zone Unemployment Falls To Near 5-Year Low

    Euro zone unemployment fell to a near five-year low in May, official data said today, in a rare positive sign for a sluggish European economy struggling to return to solid growth.

  • World Stocks, Sterling Try To Shake Off Brexit Blues

    World Stocks, Sterling Try To Shake Off Brexit Blues

    Asian stocks rose for the first time in three days on Tuesday while sterling and other currencies advanced as investors scooped up beaten down assets after Britain's vote to exit the European Union stunned financial markets.

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