Again, no real consensus on the ECB’s policy

Following ECB top chiefs’ latest press conference, some analysts thought that the ECB signaled the accommodative monetary policy (QE) will be ending while some other analysts said the ECB just opted for business as usual, meaning a smooth continuation of the QE. “Based on our...

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Greenspan said Euro area doomed

Alan Greenspan, a former Chairman of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) from 1987 to 2006, deemed the collapse of the euro area inevitable if nothing changes. Expressing his “grave concerns” about the future of the European common currency, Greenspan told Gold Investor magazine that “the […]

Bad Weather forecast for the whole Euro area

Greece would still be on the brink of collapse, Italy would no longer control its public accounts and its banking system, the United States would seek to terminate the euro, the United Kingdom would seek a hard Brexit and major elections will take place soon...

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No currency manipulation, said Draghi

“We are not currency manipulators,” said Mario Draghi, President of the ECB, about his institution and Germany during a Q&A session in the European Parliament on February 6, 2017. Draghi replied to accusations made by Peter Navarro, an economic advisor to US President Donald Trump. […]

QE still necessary, said ECB’s Draghi

“The recovery of the euro area economy gained momentum at the start of the year. It is expected to proceed at a moderate but steady pace, supported by solid domestic demand and the effective pass-through of our monetary policy measures to the real economy,” said […]

Euro brought sustainable openness

“No one would claim (the euro) system of rules, safeguards and redistribution has been perfect. (…) But what we have built in Europe is a model for sustainable openness – one that can reap its gains while mitigating its unwanted effects,” said Mario Draghi, President […]

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