What if you held at TLTRO and nobody came? The pressure rises on Mario Draghi to move forward with full-blown QE after European banks step up to borrow just €82.6B from the ECB at a fixed rate of 0
year on the side of Scottish independence from the United Kingdom. That, coupled with European Central Bank President Mario Draghi ’s announcement last week regarding quantitative easing in Europe, has prompted a drop in the value of the British
MILAN, Italy, Sept 12 (Reuters) - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi promised on Friday that the ECB's planned asset purchase programme would be "big" but stressed that only structural...
MILAN, Italy, Sept 12 (Reuters) - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Friday that new measures announced by the ECB should see the bank's balance sheet increase to around the size...
After announcing a new round of stimulus measures a week ago, Mario Draghi called on governments to match the ECB's effort to boost growth in the euro zone. "A decisive rise in investment is essential
BERLIN, Sept 7 (Reuters) - An ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel criticised the European Central Bank and its president Mario Draghi in a rare public attack, telling Bild newspaper the ECB's new schemes to bolster lending and buy asset-backed securities would scare Germans.
saying goes "you don't step in front of a moving train." The previous day, with the announcement by ECB President Mario Draghi of further decreases in interest rates Complete Story »
charter really doesn't allow them to do it. The ECB has fewer policy options, and we are seeing that play out. Mario Draghi is doing everything he probably can and that is politically possible, but they just can't be as aggressive as some
LONDON, Sept 5 (Reuters) - The world's top rating agencies are taking a cautious stance on Mario Draghi 's call for tax cuts and growth-friendly tinkering of fiscal policy in the euro zone and warn France's rating would be most
and happy tune. Then the event’s two biggest stars—Fed Chair Janet Yellen and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi —hit the stage amid the twin pyrotechnics of easy money and a vision of the future where every worker has a job, and