The European Central Bank is likely at or very near its peak policy rate, but we don’t expect rate cuts in the near term.
The European Central Bank (ECB) hikes rates and signals more tightening ahead.
In a dovish move, the central bank raises rates by half a point.
The European Central Bank raised its policy rate, and more hikes are coming.
The European Central Bank is likely to continue hiking rates next year, but the end point remains uncertain.
The central bank noted that substantial progress has been made in withdrawing monetary policy accommodation, and expressed concerns around growth and policy transmission lags.
As the European Central Bank leaves negative policy rates behind, attractive valuations herald a much-improved total return potential.
The COVID-19 crisis spurs cohesion, but fresh challenges await.
The conditions for a relatively quick and robust rebound rest on the success in containing the virus within a reasonable horizon, and a well-calibrated economic policy response.
The European Central Bank (ECB) didn’t follow other major central banks and refrained from cutting interest rates in response to the coronavirus outbreak. This signals a shift in the central bank’s preferred policy tools – read more.