Euro internationalisation pushes ECB to rethink policy approach

Euro sign, Frankfurt

A stronger reserve currency status for the euro could require European Central Bank officials to take into account more global factors when setting monetary policy.

This is one of the main conclusions of research published by the ECB on June 13 investigating the international role of the euro. If the euro continues to strengthen as a global currency, it could demand fresh perspectives from policy-makers who already have to work hard to reconcile their national differences.

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