against a slide into deflation. Should inflation or growth data surprise on the downside, we would expect ECB President Mario Draghi to take more decisive action in the form of asset purchases, triggering a more clear and present deflation threat
FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Meeting students at the University of Amsterdam in April last year, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi extolled the virtues of courage, recalling a story his father had told him:
After hitting a 2-1/2 year high in morning action, the euro ( FXE -0.3% ) does an about face as Mario Draghi tries to hold back the waves, calling the euro "increasingly relevant in our assessment of price stability." "Any material
from the subsequent spread renormalisation that started in July 2012 following European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi ’s “whatever it takes” speech at the Global Investment Conference in London. Given the broad range of investment
inflation will pick up a little bit , it's also going to remain relatively low, and actually below their 2% target. Mario Draghi said again that even though they are not doing any extraordinary measures in this meeting, and they are just going
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank decided not to take any action at its meeting on Thursday because economic and monetary conditions had not changed enough to warrant it, ECB President Mario Draghi said.
The euro pops above $1.38 as Mario Draghi - in his post-ECB meeting press conference - gives no indication in the early-going of any consideration of further monetary
Commerzbank strategists say: "If there is no rate cut today, we expect serious dovish talking from (ECB President Mario ) Draghi in addition to any 'softer' action." Japan +1.6% , Hong Kong +0.6% , China +0.3% , India +1.1
BRUSSELS, March 3 (Reuters) - Inflation expectations in the euro zone remain firmly anchored in line with the European Central Bank's definition of price stability, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Monday.
the current trends persist, the greater the gap and the risk of deflation and debt unsustainability. ECB President Mario Draghi appeared to recognise this risk during his recent attendance of the 44 th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos