Eurozone

German investments would generate ‘beneficial' regional spillovers, finds IMF paper

Central Banking | 19 Dec 2014

The expansionary effect of higher public investment in Germany ‘substantially strengthened' when supported by an accommodative monetary policy stance, according to working paper

Topics: IMF, Germany, Eurozone

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Banque de France paper says asset purchases may struggle to anchor rates

Central Banking | 18 Dec 2014

Topics: Banque de France, Eurozone, ECB, Liquidity

Czech National Bank advises against joining ERM II in 2015

Central Banking | 16 Dec 2014

Topics: Czech National Bank, Czech Republic, Eurozone, euro

Basel Committee tightens securitisation standards despite bank protests

Central Banking | 11 Dec 2014

Topics: Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, IOSCO, banks, Eurozone

Central Bank of Ireland urges households to spend 2.5bn copper coins on Christmas shopping

Central Banking | 09 Dec 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Ireland, Ireland, Eurozone, euro

ECB paper uses financial conditions indices to help predict growth developments

Central Banking | 28 Nov 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, growth, Eurozone

Draghi says sovereign bond-buying is on the table and under scrutiny

Central Banking | 17 Nov 2014

Topics: ECB, Mario Draghi, quantitative easing, Eurozone

Spain ‘decoupled’ from other eurozone economies, says Banque de France paper

Central Banking | 14 Nov 2014

Topics: Banque de France, Eurozone, Spain, Financial crisis, Sovereign debt

Lautenschläger highlights ‘unbelievable heterogeneity' in eurozone housing markets

Central Banking | 13 Nov 2014

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Sabine Lautenschläger, ECB, Eurozone

ECB's Angeloni defines 'level playing field' for banks

Central Banking | 11 Nov 2014

Topics: ECB, Single supervisory mechanism, Eurozone, Too big to fail

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