News and Analysis of Decision Making and Events at the European Central Bank (ECB)
The Euro is in focus today as the European Central Bank deliver their latest monetary policy changes.
The European Central Bank may not have the ability to weaken the Euro any further argue analysts.
Prices stalled in the Eurozone in August, showing that not all the continent’s bad times are necessarily behind it...
The general consensus from the market appears to be that the ECB is in ‘wait-and-see’ mode, after the governing council left policy unchanged and Draghi batted back inquiries as to the future course of monetary policy.
On Thursday the governing council of the European Central Bank (ECB) will meet to discuss interest rates and monetary policy in Frankfurt. What is the impact on the euro likely to be?
As expected the European Central Bank has left policy unchanged at their meeting held in Vienna.
The euro and British pound were both winners of the ECB’s press conference held following the announcement of a decision to leave interest rates and policy unchanged.
In what scenario posed by the ECB is the EURUSD likely to drift higher towards 1.1433? Here is your ECB ‘cheat-sheet.’
This Thursday we get the “accounts” of the March European Central Bank meeting and Bank of America Merrill Lynch warn that the strengthening euro could be targeted.
Swiss lender Credit Suisse expect the EUR/USD exchange rate to reach 1.17 by year end due to a policy shift by the European Central Bank away from targeting exchange rates.
The EUR/USD rate swung from lows in the1.08s to highs in the 1.11s during the ECB meeting announcment and press conference afterwards.
What to watch when the ECB meets on Thursday.
The European Central Bank (ECB) could surprise investors with a more aggressive banquet of easing than markets are currently pricing in.
It promises to be a big week for the euro as the ECB March rate meeting is scheduled on Thursday March 10.
A string of poor data releases and deflationary forces are increasing expectations of a more formidable policy fight-back from the ECB.
The ECB minutes reiterated the central bank's concerns that its moderate recovery could be upended by outside global risks.
From cutting the deposit rate to throwing money out of the proverbial "helicopter", we look at ten measures to the ECB might adopt at their March get together.
Led by German collosus Deutsche Bank, euro-area financials are having a torrid time of late, and some analysts think this could make the ECB more bold when it comes to deciding on further easing.
The euro is still looking solid versus the pound and the dollar both from its charts and its fundamentals.
The new year starts off with a bevy of German numbers that will set the tone for the shared currency.
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