Eurozone

ECB comprehensive assessment could stem ‘secular stagnation' in eurozone, bank staffers argue

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Economists from the ECB and the Bank of Spain make the case in new book on ‘secular stagnation' that also includes contributions from Larry Summers and Paul Krugman

Topics: Eurozone, ECB, Single supervisory mechanism

European Central Bank at night

Olli Rehn: Scotland would need central bank to join EU

Central Banking | 03 Sep 2014

Topics: euro, Europe, Eurozone, United Kingdom, Montenegro, sterling, pound

Small eurozone countries can use government spending to combat imbalances

Central Banking | 27 Aug 2014

Topics: Eurozone

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

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