Eurozone

Small eurozone countries can use government spending to combat imbalances

Central Banking | 27 Aug 2014

ECB-published working paper examines small open economies in a monetary union, whose options for dealing with shocks are limited

Topics: Eurozone

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One in 10 eurozone households spend more than they earn, Bundesbank paper finds

Central Banking | 20 Aug 2014

Topics: Bundesbank, Eurozone, Germany

Unconventional monetary policy has heightened medium-term risks to banks, IMF paper finds

Central Banking | 15 Aug 2014

Topics: quantitative easing, IMF, United States, Eurozone

Lithuania takes delivery of first euro coins

Central Banking | 12 Aug 2014

Topics: Bank of Lithuania, Lithuania, euro, Eurozone, coins

ECB publishes ‘manual' explaining eurozone banks' comprehensive assessment

Central Banking | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: ECB, European Central Bank, Eurozone, Single supervisory mechanism, Stress tests

Eurozone banks ease credit standards for first time since crisis hit in 2007

Central Banking | 30 Jul 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Credit conditions, Eurozone

Spanish economists see short-run benefits in structural reforms

Central Banking | 29 Jul 2014

Topics: Spain, Bank of Spain, Eurozone, European Central Bank

IMF staff note: Structural reforms 'more desirable' than nominal wage cuts in Europe

Central Banking | 22 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, European Central Bank, Eurozone

Lagarde: monetary and fiscal policy must nurture eurozone back to growth

Central Banking | 18 Jul 2014

Topics: Christine Lagarde, Eurozone, ECB, monetary policy

ECB argues risk of deflation is 'remote'

Central Banking | 12 Jun 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Eurozone, Inflation

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