FRANKFURT A key euro zone banking supervision role is set to go unfilled for an indefinite time after ECB chief Mario Draghi failed to pick a successor in an unprecedented impasse at the crucial euro zone institution, sources familiar with the matter said.
FRANKFURT Some European Central Bank policymakers are reluctant to alter their guidance on interest rates as a move could tie the hands of the bank's next president many months before an appointment is even made, four sources close to the matter said.
PARIS/FRANKFURT European Central Bank policymakers promised on Friday to tread carefully in removing stimulus any further, just as two fresh surveys pointed to an even bigger-than-projected slowdown in the euro zone's growth.
FRANKFURT European Central Bank President Mario Draghi acknowledged on Thursday that economic growth in the euro zone was likely to be weaker than earlier expected due to the fall-out from factors ranging from China's slowdown to Brexit | Video
FRANKFURT, Jan 24 The European Central Bank is
all but certain to keep policy unchanged on Thursday but may
acknowledge a sharp slowdown in growth, raising the prospect
that any further policy normalisation could be delayed.
FRANKFURT The European Central Bank formally ended its 2.6 trillion euro crisis-fighting bond purchase scheme on Thursday but promised to keep feeding stimulus for years into an economy struggling with an unexpected slowdown and political turmoil. | Video
FRANKFURT The European Central Bank is all but certain to formally end its lavish bond purchase scheme on Thursday but will take an increasingly dim view on growth, raising the odds that its next step in removing stimulus will be delayed.
FRANKFURT, Dec 13 The European Central Bank is
all but certain to formally end its lavish bond purchase scheme
on Thursday but will take an increasingly dim view on growth,
raising the odds that its next step in removing stimulus will be
FRANKFURT Growth risks for the euro zone receded in recent weeks, so the European Central Bank should not backtrack on its plans to dial back stimulus, Governing Council member Vitas Vasiliauskas said.