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EU and US central banks signal 'not just yet' to interest rate hikes
ECB President Christine Lagarde said an increase to policy rates next year is 'very unlikely'.
Eurozone inflation hits 13-year high amid persistent energy crunch
Prices across the eurozone rose by 4.1% in October, up from 3.4% in September.
Europe's central bank will allow higher inflation to hit climate goals
The bank said it would do more to take the impact of climate change into its monetary policy, saying that global warming could have “profound implications” for price stability.
Europe's recovery must focus on investment, says ECB chief
Christine Lagarde told European lawmakers on Monday that the recovery from the pandemic needs to focus on investment.
Europe's recovery uncertain amid COVID-19 second wave, says ECB chief
"The second wave of the epidemic in Europe, particularly in France, and the new restrictive measures that accompany it add to [the] uncertainty," said Christine Lagarde, head of the European Central Bank.
ECB's Lagarde warns coronavirus is fueling economic uncertainty
ECB's Chief Christine Lagarde says the coronavirus "adds a new layer of uncertainty" in an already fragile global economy
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Brexit brinkmanship, new old faces and remembering WW2 in Brussels
For those of you who love to follow the Brexit drama, this week couldn't have been more gripping.Also this week, the hearings with the nominees for the EU top jobs began with arguably the most prominent candidate: Christine Lagarde, the head of the IMF. That's in this edition of State of the Union.
EU finalises 7 bln euro bridge loan for Greece, says debt 'restructuring' back on table
The European Council has announced a 7.16 billion euro bridge loan for Greece. Furthermore, the question of debt restructuring – not part of the deal
Greece has bought itself some time by bundling together its payments to the IMF
Greece has bought itself some time by bundling together its payments to the IMF. It plans to hand over the 1.6 billion euros it owes this month to