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2 min ago | Wall Street Journal
Euro-zone banks' early repayments of three-year ECB loans are set to reach three times their recent average next week, data provided by the European Central Bank showed Friday, illustrating the challenge facing the central bank as it considers injecting more cash into the market.
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4 hrs ago | This is Guernsey
The heroes and heroines of Ireland's international bailout programme were the ordinary people, the country's finance minister has said.
Charging banks for depositing money is one potential tool the European Central Bank could use to encourage banks to put their money to more productive use, ECB Executive Board member Joerg Asmussen said on Thursday.
The Euro sculpture is partially reflected in a puddle on a cobblestone pavement in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt January 21, 2012.
EU finance ministers on Tuesday edged towards a difficult compromise on a banking union they hope will prevent a repeat of crippling crises and inject new impetus into the economy The logo of the European currency Euro stands in front of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany.
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Contrary to what many, the expected divergence of monetary policy between the Federal Reserve tapering on one hand, and the European Central Bank which likely to have to provide more monetary support next year on the other hand, has not spurred a US dollar rally against European currencies, noted the BBH Global Currency Strategy Team.
The Indian currency continued its rally against the US dollar for the third consecutive day on Friday, helped by gains in Euro after the European Central Bank refused to ease the monetary policy further.
Italian banks returned 4.1 billion euros in longer-term European Central Bank loans in November, reducing the total outstanding amount to 224.9 billion euros, Bank of Italy data showed on Friday.
Former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Rodriguez Zapatero last week published a book called "The Dilemma" about his last years in office, recalling how Merkel, as well as the heads of the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund approached him during 2010-2011 to ask his country to take a bailout.
Euro/dollar futures and contracts for difference moved marginally on Wednesday ahead of the European Central Bank setting the monetary policy.