Bloomberg.- The European Central Bank will support the euro-area economy even after the end of net asset purchases, Chief Economist Peter Praet said as he acknowledged the recent slowdown in growth.
Bloomberg.- Mario Draghi said risks to the euro-area economy remained “broadly balanced” despite recent surveys suggesting the outlook may have darkened.
Bloomberg.- The European Central Bank maintained its pledge to move slowly in removing euro-area stimulus, setting the stage for President Mario Draghi to face questions over a recent spate of weaker-than-expected economic data.
Bloomberg.- The outlook for the past year’s best-performing major currency is being clouded by skepticism the European Central Bank will be able to tighten policy as early as previously thought, given signs of slowing economic growth. OppenheimerFunds Inc.’s multi-asset money manager Alessio de Longis is moving toward a neutral position on the euro-dollar pair, from overweight earlier this year, while Eurizon SLJ Capital Ltd.’s Neil Staines sees scope for a decline of about 6 percent in the next two months.
Bloomberg.- Euro-area inflation slowed more than initially estimated last month, highlighting the challenges faced by the European Central Bank as it tries to stoke price pressures.
Bloomberg.- The euro-area economy may have lost a little more momentum than initially estimated in February, adding to signs that the pace of growth may be moving past its peak.
Bloomberg.- A third month of slowing inflation in the euro-area has given European Central Bank President Mario Draghi ammunition to ward supporters of a faster stimulus exit a little while longer.
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Bloomberg.- The European Central Bank maintained its pledge to move slowly in removing euro-area stimulus, setting the stage for President Mario Draghi to face questions on the strength of the single currency.
Bloomberg.- The European Central Bank’s guidance on future actions will change slowly as the economy improves and could be revisited early this year, according to a summary of the latest monetary-policy meeting. The euro rose.
Bloomberg.- As the European Central Bank brainstorms scenarios for winding down its 2.3 trillion-euro ($2.8 trillion) asset-purchase program, there is what may sound like a chicken-and-egg problem to solve.