European Central Bank (ECB)

Global Economy

ECB holds rates and signals cuts are still some way off

The deposit rate was left at a record-high 4% — as predicted by all economists surveyed by Bloomberg.

US Economy

Fed pivot will dominate year of rate cuts

Central banks around the world are poised to begin easing monetary policy as inflation continues to retreat.

Global Economy

Global rate-cut standoff looms in 2023 policy finale

'Look, we're waiting to see if what we're seeing on this disinflation is sustainable'
ECB presses pause after barrage of rate hikes to tame inflation - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

ECB presses pause after barrage of rate hikes to tame inflation

The ECB's decision matched the predictions of all economists surveyed by Bloomberg.

Global Economy

ECB’s peak rates to endure despite economic perils, survey shows

Respondents don’t see any more interest-rate hikes and predict the Governing Council will confirm by Jan that a peak has reached
ECB hikes interest rates in 10th salvo to quash inflation - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

ECB hikes interest rates in 10th salvo to quash inflation

Officials increased the deposit rate by 25 basis points to a record 4%.
ECB rate pause needs 'clear' sign of core easing: Governing Council member Wunsch - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

ECB rate pause needs 'clear' sign of core easing: Governing Council member Wunsch

The Belgian central bank chief said July’s meeting — when another hike is all but assured — is too soon.

Global Economy

ECB delivers half-point hike but gives no signs on next move

The deposit rate was lifted to 3% on Thursday — as officials have been flagging since their last meeting six weeks ago.

Global Economy

Lagarde says ECB's rate peak must ensure inflation returns to 2%

Without specifying a level for the so-called terminal rate, Lagarde said borrowing costs have further to rise.

Global Economy

ECB intensifies inflation fight with historic jumbo hike

The unprecedented monetary-tightening step underlines growing alarm as price pressures in the eurozone broaden beyond energy.
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