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.
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."
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.
ECB Ramps Up Stimulus With More Asset Buys
Mario Draghi announces stronger than expected measures to awaken the eurozone from its economic slumber.
European Central Bank May Expand Stimulus
The bank could step up its $1 trillion bond buying program with inflation still stubbornly below its 2% target.
As the euro plummets and the dollar soars, U.S. exporters and multinationals try to limit the damage to revenues and earnings.
European Central Bank Aims to Kickstart Inflation
The ECB's bond buying program starts on March 9, but ECB economists have already raised growth forecasts for the euro zone.
The European Central Bank might unleash its long-awaited quantitative easing program in early 2015.
ECB Balks at Immediate Stimulus for Sluggish Euro Zone
The European Central Bank cut growth and inflation forecasts for 2015 and 2016, saying it would reassess the need for policy measures early next year.