European Central Bank
As the central bank of the European monetary union, the ECB determines the EU monetary policy. Its main goal: price stability independent from political influence -- a virtue that has been tested during the 2010 euro crisis and subsequent rescue package.
One Wrong Word Can Cost Billions A Day with ECB President Christine Lagarde
Interview with Central Bank Expert David Marsh Evaluating ECB President Christine Lagarde After Two Years of Crisis
Controversial Eurozone Accession Concerns Rise as Bulgaria Prepares to Join the Euro
Bank of France Governor François Villeroy de Galhau "We Now Need a Growth-Friendly Agenda"
Monetary Policy Expert David Marsh "We Are Witnessing the End of Independent Central Banks"
Interview with ECB Vice President "Faced With This Big Drop in GDP and Inflation, We Had to Act"
North-South Divide Calls for Corona Bonds Met with Familiar "Nein"
Elegance and Toughness Christine Lagarde Brings a New Style to the ECB
Tough Times for German Savers Who's Responsible for Eurozone's Negative Interest Rates?
Challenges for New ECB Head Will Christine Lagarde Pursue Tighter Monetary Policy?
Frankfurt's Uncertain Future Brexit Winner, Brexit Loser
The Grexit Dilemma What Would Happen if Greece Leaves the Euro Zone?
Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis 'Austerity Has Done Nothing to Solve Greece's Problems'
Euro Poker Greece and EU at Loggerheads Ahead of Monday Meeting
Defiance and Charm A Measured First Week for New Greek Leader
European Parliament President Schulz 'Greek Voters Should Be Realistic'
Greece's New Economics Minister 'Europe Doesn't Need To Be Afraid'
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