Even though we still have three more weeks to go before the next ECB meeting, recent developments clearly signal doing nothing and buying time in June is the best and most risk-free option On 14 […]
Interview with Vítor Constâncio, Vice-President of the ECB, conducted by Paul Gordon on 17 May 2018 I’m here with Vítor Constâncio, a man who has been at the heart of ECB policymaking basically since the […]
People have become concerned about a slowdown in growth, and we’ve recently seen a poor print for core inflation, which is now just 0.7%. What can the ECB do if growth and inflation continue to […]
The Euro and Dax were unchanged following the release of Eurozone Q1 GDP and German ZEW survey, with the data unlikely to impact on ECB monetary policy path.
The Euro may fall as soft German GDP data cools bets on ECB tightening. The US Dollar eyes confirmation hearings for two aspiring Fed officials.
The dollar climbed against a basket of currencies on Tuesday from its lowest level in more than a week as hopes for an easing of global trade tensions pushed U.S. bond yields higher. The dollar’s […]
The Euro has been lifted after QE tightening chatter from ECB’s Villeroy, while the easing of the US Dollars recent strength also kept major pairs afloat.
Geopolitical issues will continue to bubble below the surface for the capital markets. The fallout from the reimposition of US sanctions on Iran has apparently helped lift oil prices in the face of the rising […]
Greece’s four biggest banks said on Saturday that no new funding plans were needed after stress test results showed they would lose around 15.5 billion euros of their capital by 2020 under an adverse economic […]
Eurozone PMI confirmed that Euro-Area growth has continued to level off, while yesterday’s softer than expected inflation print may prompt delay in ECB tapering announcement.