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Ruling turns page on 6-year legal case against eurozone’s flagship monetary policy programme
Survey shows willingness to buy equities, corporate bonds and emerging market debt
Rising prices this week have given markets a foretaste of the risks that could lie ahead
Debate intensifies over whether to slow pace of bond-buying as economic outlook brightens
Recessions often change macroeconomic relationships
Isabel Schnabel says expected rise above 3% unlikely to cause tightening of monetary policy.
More flexible inflation targeting would improve euro’s monetary policy
Policymaker says eurozone can reduce unemployment without fuelling price growth
Central banks have gone quantum: here’s why
Even with low rates, central bank intervention may have unintended consequences
Higher estimate all but eliminates the possibility that central bank will set a negative interest rate this year
Treasury secretary should not have commented on monetary policy — though she was right
Central banks are realising CBDCs will have to be intimately linked to identity to deal with illicit finance and bank disintermediation risk.
US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen warns rates may need to rise
Isabel Schnabel and Margarita Delgado say promotion of women is still a problem
Balance of risks for monetary policy has flipped away from deflation to longer-term instability
Central bank paints rosier picture of US economic recovery but sticks to ultra-dovish policy
Chair Jay Powell and officials to maintain ultra-loose policy as US economic momentum builds
Policymakers leave rates on hold and wait for Covid vaccines to aid reopening of economy
Police crack down on opposition as anger bubbles up over money spent on supporting the lira
First major economy to ease Covid-related stimulus measures introduced last year
Study finds remarks delivered in positive way can raise stock market returns by 200 basis points
Conservative policymakers urge central bank to lay ground for tighter monetary policy
Interventions needed to help the transition towards a low-carbon world
There has been a sea change in central banking that many have failed to grasp.