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FRANKFURT: Deflation is back on the minds of European Central Bank (ECB) officials, presaging battles for President Christine Lagarde over whether the euro zone needs yet more monetary stimulus.
ROME (Reuters) - A fire struck the house of former European Central Bank President Mario Draghi in the small town of Citta della Pieve, in the central Italian region of Umbria, local media said on Tuesday.
PRAGUE/MILAN (Reuters) - To prepare for the birth of her first child, Veronika Legat, a 35-year-old Czech lawyer, has cut off contact with her family and friends to avoid getting ill from the coronavirus or even catching a mild cold.
BANK of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau said Europe’s rescue fund should be activated to lend to states struggling with the coronavirus outbreak, a move that could pave the way for further sovereign bond purchases by the European Central Bank.
THE European Central Bank launched an extra emergency bond-buying program worth 750 billion euros ($820 billion) in the latest attempt to calm markets and protect a euro-area economy struggling to cope with the coronavirus epidemic.
FRANKFURT: The European Central Bank (ECB) has set out an ambitious timetable for its strategic review that could see a decision on whether to change its inflation goal by the summer, according to eurozone officials.
FRANKFURT: Gathered in a German mountain castle last November for an evening retreat that ended with a whiskey-tasting, rebel European Central Bank (ECB) policymakers and Christine Lagarde, their newly confirmed president, made a pact.
ZURICH: European Central Bank (ECB) president Christine Lagarde is attempting an endeavour possibly as daunting as reigniting inflation in the euro area: Learning German.
Frankfurt: The European Central Bank’s (ECB) next German policy maker will bring with her an extensive portfolio of research into how financial systems throughout history have coped with war, bubbles and hyperinflation.
SYDNEY: Major currencies started the week in a quiet mood with a holiday in Tokyo making for thin trading conditions and investors waiting to hear the first official speech from the new head of the European Central Bank later in the session.