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According to Willem Buiter, the central banks of the eurozone member states could go bust. We think he overstates the risk.
Europe’s central bankers want a new target. First they must look at why inflation has been so low for so long.
Consumer prices climb at 1.3 per cent annual rate in December
A more precise definition of this slogan will help show that many of the criticisms against climate action are invalid.
Lenders reduce long-term borrowing as chief Christine Lagarde urges caution
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Isabel Schnabel says she probably would not have supported bank restarting asset purchases
Quantitative easing has overinflated pension liabilities due to negative interest rates, say survey respondents
The country’s property sector is an outlier across Europe.
ECB’s euro rescue praised but side effects of negative rates draw criticism
Controversy is unavoidable when banks make dramatic but necessary interventions
Investors who sold bonds under previous programme often spent proceeds overseas
Christine Lagarde must finish the job Mario Draghi started
Mario Draghi marks last policy meeting by saying ‘never give up’
Central banker faces pressing questions over monetary plans at his last meeting
Amid weak growth and inflation, fund managers contemplate the limits of bond-buying
Data indicators paint mixed picture of central banker’s eight years at the helm
Critics of his recent stimulus measures seek change of policy under incoming president
How investors view the tenure of the ECB president as he prepares to hand over to Christine Lagarde
Former central bank chief says ECB brought growth and price stability despite crisis
Measures taken by the European Central Bank since the crisis were bold and necessary
Sterling had its biggest day since March on Thursday amid hopes for a Brexit deal
Some German bond yields turn positive for first time in weeks
Minutes show resumption of bond-buying was most hotly contested issue at September meeting