PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande and European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi agreed on Monday that deflation and weak growth were threatening the European Union's economy, an official in the president's office said.
PARIS, Sept 1 (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande and European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi agreed on Monday that deflation and weak growth were threatening the European Union's economy, an official in the president's office said.
Markets will be looking for a clear plan from the bank to deal with a stalled eurozone recovery, as well as the threat of deflation with inflation standing at just 0.3%. There is speculation that ECB boss Mario Draghi could offer further indications
LONDON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank has talked up the chances of launching a bond-buying programme to ward off deflation and having led markets down that path there could be a...
Stressing the need for additional measures to counter deflation , French PM Manuel Valls has announced that the ECB must take further action against the overvalued euro. The announcement comes
Catalonia, Spain. Paradoxically, the worse the economic and deflation outlook becomes, the better the chance of QE and a bounce ..... Japanese stocks back on the radar Europe has sought to avoid deflation , or falling prices; a crux that has hobbled Japan’s
mercantile strategy of using a weaker currency actually solves any of the world’s key issues, as it effectively creates deflation and trade friction. Europe needs international capital to right the wrongs caused by the convergence of the last 20 years
and therefore we think growth will be slow relative to historical rates. We are also concerned about the impact of the deflation of a housing bubble occurring in Canada and the potential impact on Canadian banks. We are increasing our fair value estimate
speed. The latest annual CPI numbers for Europe in July showed overall Europe-area inflation below 1%, with outright deflation (the naughtiest of naughty economic terms) still observed in Greece, Portugal, and Spain. Italy is on the cusp. A simple
The European interest rate markets are telling us that, one, there’s a very high probability of low inflation or deflation that will last for years to come, and two, that the ECB will be essentially impotent in generating enough inflation to break