European Central Bank
Tuesday Regulatory Briefing: Supreme Court Puts Limits on SEC Penalties
The NYSE pushes for direct listing changes; stress tests incorporate the pandemic; eurozone banks borrow record amounts; and more.
ECB Adds $672B to Pandemic Relief Program
“The euro area economy is experiencing an unprecedented contraction," the ECB said as it provided additional stimulus through emergency bond buying.
ECB Continues Assessing ‘Feasibility And Merits’ Of Digital Currencies
They could have major implications for the financial sector and the transmission of monetary policy, says Christine Lagarde.
New ECB Chief Urges Domestic Demand Push
While “all advanced economies are facing a growth challenge, the euro area has been slower to embrace innovation," Christine Lagarde says.
Is More Quantitative Easing in Sight?
Good news: U.S. banks' funding costs are falling. Bad news: the European Central Bank prepares to make new asset purchases.
IMF’s Christine Lagarde Named as New ECB Chief
The self-confessed economic outsider faces the challenge of helping stimulate the eurozone economy amid mounting fears of recession.
ECB Leaves Rates Unchanged, Hints at Easing
Amid "pervasive uncertainty" over trade, "the ECB and the U.S. Federal Reserve appear to have given up on plans to tighten [monetary] policy."
Will Trump’s Attempt to Manipulate Monetary Policy Backfire?
When politicians start chiming in on monetary policy, they actually can torpedo sensible policy: opinion.
Revenue Drops 40% at Goldman’s FICC Unit
“We didn't navigate the [fixed-income] market as well as we aspire to or as well as we have in the past," Goldman's CFO says.
Traders May Be Profiting From Leaks of U.S. Data
The European Central Bank finds evidence of “substantial informed trading” in advance of the official release of macroeconomic announcements.
ECB Stimulus: Good for Loan Volumes, Bad for Profits
Bankers say the European Central Bank's stimulus is leading to more loans but is also cutting into profitability.