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Eurozone QE explained – FT

The European Central Bank has unleashed a landmark quantitative easing package to rid the eurozone of the threat of economic stagnation. The package could help the EU economy turn a corner, but some of the region’s national central banks could … Continue reading

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Draghi confident on inflation and growth – FT

The European Central Bank’s president Mario Draghi announced the quantitative easing programme will start on Monday. The FT’s Ferdinando Giugliano and Ralph Atkins discuss what securities the ECB will be buying, and its growth and inflation outlook. For more video … Continue reading

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Super Mario returns – but is it enough? – FT

Mario Draghi, has announced a bigger than expected package of quantitative easing of €60bn per month, but will that be enough to revive the eurozone economy? Ralph Atkins, capital markets editor, and economics correspondent Ferdinando Giugliano discuss the ECB’s QE … Continue reading

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Economic hope mired in eurozone gloom – FT

While there may be hope that low oil prices will help industrialised nations recover more quickly, there is also concern among delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos about the eurozone despite an expected QE programme by the ECB. … Continue reading

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Will ECB launch full QE? – FT

With deflation a worry, will the European Central Bank embark on full-blown US-style quantitative easing this month? Claire Jones, eurozone economy correspondent, discusses why the ECB is likely to leave QE until next year. For more video content from the … Continue reading

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Has Draghi opened the floodgates? – FT

Mario Draghi is tackling the dearth of small business loans with €400bn of cheap long-term loans, TLTROs. William De Vijlder of BNP Paribas Investment Partners discusses with John Authers whether this will open the floodgates or lead to stagnant water … Continue reading

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The ECB moves – is it enough? – FT

The European Central Bank has cut its deposit rate to below zero per cent and introduced other radical measures to fight the threat of deflation. The FT’s Chris Giles and Ferdinando Giugliano discuss what these actions mean. For more video … Continue reading

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ECB cuts rates to buoy eurozone economy – EuroNews

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Negative rates in 60 seconds – FT

As the European Central Bank considers adopting negative interest rates to counter low eurozone inflation, FT economics editor Chris Giles explains what you need to know about negative interest rates − in 60 seconds. For more video content from the … Continue reading

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ECB Plans Negative Rate on Bank Deposits – Spiegel

Der Spiegel is reporting, When it meets on June 6, SPIEGEL has learned, the European Central Bank may implement a negative interest rate for financial institutions seeking to park their money at the Frankfurt powerhouse. The move is aimed at … Continue reading

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