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European Central Bank

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20.08.2015 15:18 Finance
Greece has repaid 3.4 billion euros ($3.79 billion) due to the European Central Bank, a source close to the Greek government said after the launch of a massive new reforms-for-bailout deal.
16.06.2015 10:41 Finance
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi urged all sides in the negotiations on Greece "to go the extra mile", but insisted the ball was in Athens' court.
02.09.2014 10:49 Finance
French President and the head of the European Central Bank (ECB) have agreed that European demand must be lifted to head off a risk of deflation.
30.07.2014 04:43 Finance
Bank of Cyprus, the island's largest lender, has completed a one billion euro ($1.34 billion) capital increase in a private placement to help it restructure following a haircut on deposits last year.
19.07.2014 23:23 Finance
IMF chief Christine Lagarde warned that low inflation could damage growth in Europe and urged the European Central Bank to maintain a flexible policy.
05.05.2014 12:34 Finance
Portugal decided to make a clean break from its EU-IMF bailout on Sunday, following in the footsteps of Ireland by forgoing a credit line as it prepares a full return to the credit markets.
25.04.2014 13:19 Finance
Spain's economy appears to be growing at the fastest clip since a 2008 property crash tipped the nation into a job-wrecking, double-dip recession, the central bank said.
11.04.2014 14:14 Finance
The rate of inflation in Germany, Europe's biggest economy, fell to its lowest level in more than three years in March, official final data showed on Friday.
10.04.2014 13:24 Unrest
A booby-trapped car exploded outside the Bank of Greece in central Athens early Thursday without injuring anyone, hours before Greece was due to return to the debt markets after a four-year absence.
11.03.2014 15:00 Finance
With Portugal's 78-billion-euro IMF-EU aid programme about to come to an end, its creditors are not only expecting the country to exit its massive bailout on May 17, but urging it to do so without a safety net.
10.01.2014 16:10 Finance
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said Thursday that questions marks remain over the health of Europe's banks and that coming stress tests are a chance to build confidence in them.
30.12.2013 16:12 Markets
Bailed-out Greece is hoping to return to bond markets in the second half of 2014 -- but only if growth and a primary budget surplus permits, its finance minister said Sunday.
27.12.2013 13:33 Politics
Fireworks will light up the skies above Riga when Latvia adopts the euro on January 1, but on the ground the feeling will be far from festive among those fearing the impact of the switch.
23.12.2013 01:05 Finance
An EU system to prevent a repeat of the massive bank bailouts which crippled the economy is a major step but it is also too complicated when speed is absolutely essential, analysts said.
15.12.2013 12:54 Finance
Is Europe on the verge of a popular uprising? The question was asked by one of Greece's most respected newspapers as another year of painful austerity drew to a close.
14.11.2013 10:03 Finance
European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani said Wednesday the euro was overvalued and urged the zone's central bank to help exporters by weakening the single currency.
30.08.2013 12:06 Companies
The European Central Bank, under fire for being largely a men's club, plans to double the number of women in its top ranks.
08.11.2012 13:52 Finance
The European Central Bank is unlikely to fire the new anti-crisis "bazooka" it unveiled two months ago, and will keep its gunpowder dry on interest rates as well at its meeting on Thursday.
07.09.2012 19:09 Finance
The European Central Bank announced a massive sovereign bond buy up Thursday, brushing aside German opposition to unleash a so-called "big bazooka" against the debt crisis.
04.09.2012 18:01 Finance
Moody's on Monday lowered the European Union's long-term issuer rating outlook from stable to negative, saying the move reflected credit risks of the bloc's key budget contributors.
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