There is no "time bomb" in the banks, the head of small business lending at Bank of Ireland has insisted. And his opposite number at AIB said the bank will have tackled the majority of its problem business loans by ...
Banks will return €11.4bn in crisis loans to the European Central Bank next week, more than six times the amount that was expected. The amount banks will repay on March 12 beat this week's repayments of €3.01bn ...
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny will again push for the promise of a legacy bank debt deal to be fulfilled when he holds talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow. Ms Merkel is in Dublin for a conference hosted by Fine Gael ...
Is there really a crisis in the beef sector? You wouldn't think it going by the paltry 200-300 farmers that turned up outside the Department of Agriculture for the"mass protest" that had been predicted by the IFA. This ...
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European countries haggled on Tuesday over a scheme to insulate taxpayers from the costs of bank failures, redoubling efforts to avoid an embarrassing delay to the euro zone's centrepiece crisis reform. FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters.co.uk
European Union finance ministers claimed “good progress” after talks in Brussels as they worked to break a deadlock on a euro-area bank-failure law urgently sought by the European Central Bank. The EU is searching for a compromise on the Single ... FULL ARTICLE AT ekathimerini.com
BANGALORE (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will not stop sterilising bond purchases it made at the height of the euro zone's debt crisis, a majority of euro money market traders polled by Reuters said. FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters.co.uk
Governments of the 28-nation EU are currently in tense negotiations with the European Parliament over the fine print of setting up the so-called single resolution mechanism, which will have the power to shut down or restructure banks across Europe. The ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News
There is no "time bomb" in the banks, the head of small business lending at Bank of Ireland has insisted. And his opposite number at AIB said the bank will have tackled the majority of its problem business loans by ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
Société Générale plans to expand its Asian investment-banking business, in a rare example of a European lender growing in the region just two years since the euro-zone debt crisis forced them to pull back. FULL ARTICLE AT The Wall Street Journal
On 6 March, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said that Russia is already paying a heavy price for intervening in Ukraine. “So far we’ve seen a major impact on the Russian economy and the Ukrainian economy, and some ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News
Banks will return €11.4bn in crisis loans to the European Central Bank next week, more than six times the amount that was expected. The amount banks will repay on March 12 beat this week's repayments of €3.01bn ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Banks will return 11.401 billion euros ($15.78 billion) in crisis loans to the European Central Bank next week, more than six times than the amount that was expected, accelerating the drain of extra cash out of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
Stocks held onto most of today's modest gains generated by positive employment data and hopes for a peaceful resolution to the crisis in Eastern Europe. Amplified by strength overseas tied to both the European Central Bank and Bank of FULL ARTICLE AT NASDAQ
Global equities are higher amid Western efforts to try to resolve the crisis over Ukraine and ahead of interest rate decisions from the Bank of England and the European Central Bank. EU leaders, meeting in Brussels today, are expected to ... FULL ARTICLE AT Seeking Alpha
LONDON, March 6 (Reuters) - World shares rose on Thursday, supported by diplomatic efforts to cool the crisis in Ukraine, while the euro held steady on speculation the European Central Bank would... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
PARIS, March 6 (Reuters) - European shares rose early on Thursday, supported by diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis in Ukraine and by speculation that the European Central Bank could unveil... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
Talking Points:Euro Gains to be Limited on Status-Quo ECB Interest Rate DecisionBank of England Monetary Policy Announcement Likely a Non-EventUkraine Crisis Still a Potential Trigger for Risk Aversion, Yen GainsA monetary policy announcement from the European Central Bank (ECB ... FULL ARTICLE AT Investopedia
PARIS, March 6 (Reuters) - European stocks were set to rise on Thursday, underpinned by diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis in Ukraine as well as by speculation that the European Central Bank... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
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The European Central Bank (ECB) is one of the world's most important central banks, responsible for monetary policy covering the 16 member States of the Eurozone. It was established by the European Union (EU) in 1998 with its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany.
The predecessor to the ECB was the European Monetary Institute (EMI). It was established at the start of the second stage of the EU's... Full
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