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  • Praet: Current conditions call for continued expansionary monetary policy

    2 feb. 2018 07:44 a.m. |

    European Central Bank member Peter Praet stressed that economic conditions still require continuation of the current expansionary monetary policy. His main concerns were as follows:

  • Highlights of the ECB Economic Bulletin

    28 dic. 2017 12:03 p.m. |

    The following are the highlights of the ECB's Economic Bulletin in December:

  • Novak: Oil global markets to rebalance in 2018

    22 dic. 2017 12:32 p.m. |

    The following are the most important statements made by Russian Oil Minister Alexander Novak:

  • Junker: Britain should pay what it owes to move to the second phase of negotiations

    13 oct. 2017 12:20 p.m. |

    Jean Claude Junker, President of the European Commission, made the following statement:

    • If the United Kingdom wants to move on to the second phase of negotiations, they have to pay.
    • Why not just say that the rights of EU citizens will remain as they are after Brexit

  • May: We should focus to get the best deal with the EU

    11 oct. 2017 01:12 p.m. |

    British Prime Minister Theresa May declined to comment on whether she would vote in favor of Brexit in other referendum, and avoided more than once answering an issue that determines the fate of future generations in Britain. Although she spoke of a promising Brexit since she took power last year, she quietly supported staying in the EU in the run-up to the June 2016 referendum.

  • Highlights of BOJ Monetary policy meeting minutes

    26 sept. 2017 09:35 a.m. |

    Following are the highlights of the BOJ meeting held on July 19 and 20:

    • Many members agreed that inflation expectations were no longer falling.
    • Companies gradually moved towards raising wages.

  • Spokesman: All parties are united on the plan of Brexit

    18 sept. 2017 02:52 p.m. |

    The spokesman for the British Prime Minister Teresa May made the following statement:

    • The Prime Minister values the contributions of all her colleagues in the Cabinet of Ministers.
    • Boris Johnson's views are well known about Brexit during the EU referendum campaign.

  • Highlights of the Swiss National Bank's monetary policy statement

    14 sept. 2017 10:57 a.m. |

    The Swiss National Bank (SNB) decided to keep interest rates unchanged at -0.75% at its meeting today. The following are the highlights of the monetary policy statement:

    • The Swiss franc depreciated, but its value remains high.