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Story continues below If the slump drags down Germany, Europe's largest economy, and fans deflation, it may even prompt the bank to consider Fed-style asset buying, providing relief it now balks at for governments. There is a sizable difference in
Story continues below Never, that is, until last month when he was pressed about increasing calls from some in Germany for a return to the deutschmark. What followed was an angry, passionate defence of the ECB's record that lasted almost six minutes.
Text Size Risk sentiment and equity markets are undoubtedly looking more buoyant today after yesterday's central bank meetings presented the markets with a number of extra liquidity and stimulus measures to help markets cope with the subdued growth
Text Size The Dow rose 131 points or 1.2% while the S&P gained 1.8% to 1144 and the Nasdaq added 2.3%. European stock markets had already closed on Tuesday when a report came through that European finance ministers were looking to recapitalise the
Text Size The Dow closed up 146 points or 1.3% while the S&P gained 1.1% to 1175 and the Nasdaq added 1.2%. The problem with the highly addictive series In Europe Tonight is that after a while the story lines seem to be a bit familiar, as if the
Story continues below "The full and timely implementation of the July 21 agreement between heads of state or government is of essence in this respect," Trichet told the European Parliament's economic affairs committee. "While a special arrangement
Central Bank president Jean-Claude Trichet yesterday ruled out a long-awaited "medium-term funding facility" for Ireland 's banks, insisting it was "not a possibility". The comments come weeks after ECB executive board member Lorenzo Bini Smaghi re-
Articles Related Topics Get IBTimesFx Emails&Alerts Get the sources most relevant to you and access information as it happensfrom breaking forex news to updates from other traders. Sample The important news in Trichet's conference is that the
ET The euro has rallied against the dollar despite worries about Greece as investors bet on ECB rate hikes...The European Central Bank is meeting this Thursday and is widely expected to raise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point to 1.5%.
Story continues below "We think that the situation is "not bad enough" for the ECB to reconsider its nearly pre announced rate hike, especially now that Greece -- and the peripherals -- have won a respite (with extra aid)," said Deutsche Bank