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Rise in lenders missing targets underlines continued fragility of European banking sector
Research shows that the policy has had an adverse effect on economic growth
Prison time for Insys execs puts opioid makers on notice
Review should consider a target range combined with long-term path
Inflation target and climate change set to be part of potentially brusing debate
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Executives urge tax cuts and increased spending as favoured path to economic growth
If demand pressure alters long-term productive capacity, the implications for central banks are profound
Official measures are way out of sync with public thinking on prices.
What to look for on Thursday, with central bank chief set to start policy debate
WEF assesses risk of corporate debt shock as fragile companies kept on life support
Spain takes the biggest hit in fourth quarter, ECB’s quarterly bank survey shows
Policymakers aim to boost price growth but consumers complain of increasing living costs
Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
December meeting noted ‘stabilisation in output growth’ and less pronounced risks
There is a broader message in central banks’ differences on greening the economy.
Dampening criticism in the eurozone’s largest economy is one of the most important challenges the new president will face.
According to Willem Buiter, the central banks of the eurozone member states could go bust. We think he overstates the risk.
Less experienced team under Christine Lagarde makes bank’s action tougher to predict
Policymakers fret about soaring debt after companies issue more than $2.5tn in 2019
Planning how to respond to the next recession is essential
Net supply of sovereign bonds this year will come to €188bn — the lowest since 2008
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
Savers and borrowers benefit if the ECB raises deposit rate while cutting loan rate