european central bank


'Life after Mario': Euro zone yields up as ECB speculation mounts

Feb 20 2018 | 19 mins ago

Euro zone govt bond yields rose across the board as market speculation swirled over the next ECB chief at a time when monetary policy is the main threat for bond markets

Latvian anti-corruption unit says Central bank chief held over bribe

Feb 19 2018

Latvia’s anti-corruption authority said on Monday it had detained central bank governor Ilmars Rimsevics over the weekend for demanding a bribe.

Euro zone ministers likely to choose Spaniard to succeed ECB VP

Feb 19 2018

Euro zone finance ministers are likely to agree to back Spanish Economy Minister to succeed ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio in May.

'Digital money not an adequate replacement for cash'

Feb 14 2018

Digital money issued by central banks would not be an adequate replacement for cash and would heighten the risk of a run on commercial banks.

FTSE 100 dips as strong pound dampens dollar-earners

Feb 13 2018

Britain’s top share index came under pressure from a firmer pound following some stronger than expected inflation data, though a rise among mining groups stemmed losses.

Euro gains as stronger stocks hurt dollar; yen hits 5-month high

Feb 13 2018

The euro gained as gains in global equity markets encouraged traders to sell the dollar and tiptoe back into riskier assets.

Dollar retreats as world share markets show signs of stability

Feb 13 2018

Dollar retreated as global equity markets showed some signs of stability after their recent rout, reviving risk appetite that has fueled bets against the U.S. currency.

'Italy's new large banking groups must be ready to boost capital'

Feb 10 2018

Italian lenders set to head two new banking groups being created by merging hundreds of small cooperative banks (BCCs) must be ready to strengthen their capital.

Euro edges up but headed for worst week since October

Feb 09 2018

The euro gained against the dollar but the single currency was still headed for its worst weekly performance since October after the global stock market sell-off.

Bundesbank's Dombret tells banks a Brexit EU access deal unlikely

Feb 08 2018

London’s blueprint for easy access to European Union financial markets after Brexit may not be feasible and banks should apply for EU licences or be left “high and dry”.

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