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Slovakia's central bank chief fined for bribery and faces trial
Peter Kazimir, who is also on the European Central Bank's governing council, was declared guilty of bribery in Slovakia.
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European stock markets close sharply lower on renewed bank fears
Shares in Germany’s largest lender, Deutsche Bank, fell sharply Friday as fears of a banking crisis developing grow.
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European Central Bank increases interest rate by 0.5%
European Central Bank increases interest rate by 0.5% despite turmoil in the banking sector and financial markets.
ECB raises interest rates by 0.5%
The ECB raises interest rates again by half a percentage point to try and control inflation in the eurozone.
ECB raises Eurozone interest rates to 2.5%
The European Central Bank (ECB) has raised interest rates again, but by less than its two most recent hikes. The main rate has increased by 0.5 percentage points to 2.5%,
Inflation has not peaked and risks rising even higher, says ECB head
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Europe's central bank to use climate scores when buying bonds
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ECB announces largest interest rate hike in bid to fight inflation
The ECB's three key interest rates were each raised by 75 basis points.