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"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.
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According to the central bank, some 79 per cent of all euro area payments at points of sale are still cash transactions, amounting to more than half of the total value of all payments.
ECB's Lagarde warns coronavirus is fueling economic uncertainty
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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.
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Lagarde grilled by politicians over new ECB nomination
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Lagarde resigns from IMF — these Europeans could succeed her
Due to an understanding between the US and Europe, the head of the IMF has always been European, while the World Bank has always been led by an American.
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They are the new faces of the European Union: Ursula von der Leyen, Charles Michel, Christine Lagarde, and Josep Borrell. Here are facts about the nominated for EU top jobs.
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Brexit: Dire consequences if there's no deal
IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde says life will be more difficult for the UK with any deal to leave the EU
Argentinians protest IMF multi-billion euro loan
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Davos kicks off with good and bad news
The World Economic Forum opens with a warning that global economic growth is picking up, but too many people are being left out.
Global economy looking good says IMF chief
IMF chief Christine Lagarde says she is optimistic about the future of the world economy and believes the long-awaited global recovery is taking place.
IMF to Germany: spend more!
The International Monetary Fund urges the German government to stop giving balancing the budget a higher priority than investment.
IMF's Lagarde upbeat on growth, worried about protectionism risks
The International Monetary Fund's Christine Lagarde says the global economic recovery is gaining momentum but could be cut off by protectionism.
IMF's Lagarde: Trump good for US in the short term, but less so for world trade
International Monetary Fund's Christine Lagarde says Trump's policies likely good for US economy in the short term but repercussions for global trade.
IMF’s Lagarde: More economic transparency means more prosperity
Economic transparency can make countries more financially stable and prosperous, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde found guilty over tycoon payout
A French court ruled the country's ex-finance minister was negligent over a 400m euro state payment, but issued no sentence.
Christine Lagarde vows to fight allegations of negligence at Paris trial
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IMF chief Lagarde 'confident' ahead of negligence trial in France
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IMF Chief Christine Lagarde loses appeal, ordered to stand trial for negligence
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IMF' Lagarde to stand trial over 400 million euro state payout
France's highest appeals court has ruled that IMF head Christine Lagarde must stand trial for her role in a 400 million euro state payout to French businessman Bernard Tapie.