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Market News Briefing – November 24th 2016 12:30 (GMT+1)

The European Bank warns growing political uncertainty Island threatening the Euro zone.
According to a report published by the Bank under the leadership of Mario Draghi said that the uncertainty towards political decision coming in Europe (led by referendum in Italy and the French elections), along with a change in policy expected in the US, pose questions about the possibilities of growth and inflation in the countries in the European block, and lead to correct back in markets.


ECB to keep stimulus tap running as bond-buying program likely to be extended, Draghi says

FRANKFURT/MUNICH — The European Central Bank needs to continue supporting the euro zone economy with its ultra-loose policy, two of its top officials said on Monday, cementing expectations for an extension of the ECB’s bond-buying scheme next month. 328 more words

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Market News Briefing – November 18th 2016 12:00 (GMT+1)

The recovery of the Euro zone economy is heavily dependent on incentives provided by the European Central Bank, said today the chairman of the bank, Mario Draghi. 23 more words


Market News Briefing – November 18th 2016 08:30 (GMT+1)

The trading on the European stock exchanges opened with gains, towards of the speech of Mario Draghi, the President of the Central Bank.

European Stock Markets

Market News Briefing – November 15th 2016 09:45 (GMT+1)

Europe’s leading stock markets are trading with slightly rising prices when the German Dax index rising by 0.1%, the British FTSE rising by 0.9% and the French CAC added 0.6% to its value.


Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: House of Cards, EU version

Excerpted from “Euro ‘house of cards’ to collapse, warns ECB prophet,” by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Telegraph, Oct. 16, 2016.

The European Central Bank is becoming dangerously over-extended and the whole euro project is unworkable in its current form, the founding architect of the monetary union has warned. 538 more words

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Markets extend losses; CDS, metal stocks lose shine

 21/10/2016 14:35

The key domestic benchmark indices continued to extend losses during the late noon trading session after the European Central Bank hinted at additional stimulus, but refrained from talking about the ongoing quantitative easing program scheduled to end in March. 286 more words