European central bank (ecb)
Primary issuance soared in May as the covered bond market reacted positively to the ECB's plans to introduce a quantitative easing programme to buy back assets. As Credit went to press full details of...
The Bank of England and the European Central Bank both announced expansions to their monetary stimulus programmes today, warning that low inflation or deflation remained a threat.
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Four central banks, including the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of England (BoE), have agreed further reciprocal foreign currency swap arrangements with the Federal Reserve to provide more US dollar funds to firms in participating nations as...
Jacques de Larosiere has addressed a House of Lords committee on the UK's role in pan-European financial supervision
BRUSSELS - Jacques de Larosiere's strongly anticipated report on the future financial supervision of the EU was released on February 25 and looks set to draw the lines of battle for the EU regulatory community. Many of the report's 31 recommendations...
The European Central Bank would lead a new body intended to provide early warning of future financial crises, under proposals presented to the European Commission today.
Frankfurt - Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has told the European parliament that his institution "stands ready" to take up the mantle of supervisory power in Europe. Trichet says it would be relatively easy to transfer...
FSA chairman Lord Turner hints at direction of future supervision
Europe's central bank is ready to be a supervisor, according to the ECB chief
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