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https://plus.google.com/112181822318018428302 CountingPips Forex : Central Bank News Link List – Oct 24, 2014 – ECB set to fail 25 banks in review, draft document shows...
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https://plus.google.com/111048853529738889866 Greece Outside In : Fifth of eurozone banks fail ECB health check: report - London (AFP) - Some 25 eurozone banks have failed...
Fifth of eurozone banks fail ECB health check: report - London (AFP) - Some 25 eurozone banks have failed a health check by the European Central Bank, repor http://ow.ly/2PFv4U
Fifth of eurozone banks fail ECB health check: report

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https://plus.google.com/100895452069456400573 Euro Crisis News Overview : The central issue is that Mr. Draghi and the E.C.B. see Europe as being on the cusp of a triple-dip ...
The central issue is that Mr. Draghi and the E.C.B. see Europe as being on the cusp of a triple-dip recession. Europe is also at risk of getting stuck in a cycle of very low inflation and stagnant growth. Inasmuch as it has already cut short-term interest rates to zero (below zero, even), the bank is considering doing an American-style program of quantitative easing, or buying vast sums of bonds with newly created euros, to try to avert this fate. It is also encouraging Germany and other European nations to loosen the purse strings a bit and pursue fiscal policy that is more supportive of growth.
In Germany, by contrast, both elected leaders in Berlin and central bankers at the Bundesbank in Frankfurt view the worry over deflation as overwrought, the need for fiscal probity as critical, and any effort to print money to buy government bonds as the pathway to hyperinflationary perdition.
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The Conflict Between Germany and the E.C.B. That Threatens Europe - NYTimes.com
Unlike Germany, Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank see a long deflationary period as the biggest danger for Europe.
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JAMMU: A close associate of England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and currently Chairman of Whitchurch Cricket Club and Shropshire Cricket Board Coaches Association, UK, Rodney Jones arrived in Jammu on Saturday, on a short visit mainly aimed at…
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JAMMU: A close associate of England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and currently Chairman of Whitchurch Cricket Club and Shropshire Cricket Board Coaches Association, UK, Rodney Jones arrived in Jammu
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https://plus.google.com/108768599098219478588 Philippe Vaccaro : The central issue is that Mr. Draghi and the E.C.B. see Europe as being on the cusp of a triple-dip ...
The central issue is that Mr. Draghi and the E.C.B. see Europe as being on the cusp of a triple-dip recession. Europe is also at risk of getting stuck in a cycle of very low inflation and stagnant growth. Inasmuch as it has already cut short-term interest rates to zero (below zero, even), the bank is considering doing an American-style program of quantitative easing, or buying vast sums of bonds with newly created euros, to try to avert this fate. It is also encouraging Germany and other European nations to loosen the purse strings a bit and pursue fiscal policy that is more supportive of growth.
In Germany, by contrast, both elected leaders in Berlin and central bankers at the Bundesbank in Frankfurt view the worry over deflation as overwrought, the need for fiscal probity as critical, and any effort to print money to buy government bonds as the pathway to hyperinflationary perdition.
#eurozone   #ecb   #bundesbank  
The Conflict Between Germany and the E.C.B. That Threatens Europe - NYTimes.com
Unlike Germany, Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank see a long deflationary period as the biggest danger for Europe.
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https://plus.google.com/118397157803440565850 John Dimmy : 25 Banks Fail ECB Stress Tests: Report
25 Banks Fail ECB Stress Tests: Report
25 Banks Fail ECB Stress Tests: Report
A comprehensive test conducted by the ECB on 130 regional banks saw 25 lenders performing below par, with 10 of them still in trouble.
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https://plus.google.com/109290056116600893859 BowerPost : 25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check - Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank’s...
25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check - Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank’s euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator’s Comprehensive Assessment, according to a draft communique of the final results seen by Bloomberg News. One-hundred-and-five banks are shown passing the review, according to the draft … …read more Source:: ForexFactory        http://ow.ly/2PFmK8
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25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB's Health-Check. Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank's euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator's Comprehensive Assessment, according to a draft communique of the final results seen by Bloomberg News.
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https://plus.google.com/104964763480040416214 Fernando Guzmán Cavero : Leaked document shows 25 banks failed ECB safety tests: Finance | The Telegraph - October 25, 2014. ...
Leaked document shows 25 banks failed ECB safety tests: Finance | The Telegraph - October 25, 2014.
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Leaked document shows 25 banks failed ECB safety tests: Finance | The Telegraph - October 25, 2014.
FINANCE Leaked document shows 25 banks failed ECB safety testsTesco shares hit 11-year low as as retailer hit by double whammyMonarch Airlines rescued as Mantegazzas take flightUK Government relaxes tough Chinese visa rules
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https://plus.google.com/100444297409373332803 adeleke taiwo : 25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check By Patrick Henry   Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- The European...
25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check
By Patrick Henry   Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank is set to fail 25
institutions as part of their euro-area bank health check, while 105
firms are said to have passed the comprehensive assessment. Bloomberg’s
Mia Saini reports on “In Th...
25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check
By Patrick Henry   Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank is set to fail 25 institutions as part of their euro-area bank health check, while 105 firms are said to have passed the comprehensive assessment. Bloo...
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https://plus.google.com/111048853529738889866 Greece Outside In : 25 eurozone banks 'fail ECB stress test' - London (AFP) - Some 25 eurozone banks have failed a health...
25 eurozone banks 'fail ECB stress test' - London (AFP) - Some 25 eurozone banks have failed a health check by the European Central Bank, repor http://ow.ly/2PF58b
25 eurozone banks 'fail ECB stress test'

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https://plus.google.com/105929396758722060373 Rajiv Nashine : 25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-24/ecb-set-...
25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-24/ecb-set-to-fail-25-lenders-in-bank-review-draft-document-shows.html Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank ’s euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator’s Comprehensive Assessment, accordi...
25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-24/ecb-set-to-fail-25-lenders-in-bank-review-draft-document-shows.html Twenty-five lenders in theEuropean Central Bank’s euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator’s Co...
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https://plus.google.com/116657790542256864406 RISHABH SURANA : Euro zone risks "relapse into recession" without structural reforms - Draghi * ECB Draghi Warns European...
Euro zone risks "relapse into recession" without structural reforms - Draghi

* ECB Draghi Warns European Leaders: 'Hope is Not a Strategy'

The ECB's president warned divided euro zone leaders on Friday they risked "a relapse into recession" if they failed to press ahead with structural economic reforms, a message welcomed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

With a recovery coming to a halt in the second quarter and depressed prices reflecting near record unemployment, France and Italy want to shift away from the spending cuts that marked the bloc's response to the 2009-2012 crisis.

But Germany says debt discipline must continue and the European Commission, which acts as a budget policeman, has until next Wednesday to reject 2015 budgets that fail to comply with EU fiscal rules.

France and Italy are pushing for more spending room in their budgets in return for new commitments on structural reforms, and officials say that any changes Paris and Rome make to their budgets are likely to be small.

Many economists say nothing short of a large scale U.S.-style bond-buying programme will revive the economy that is still suffering a hangover from the debt and banking crisis.

But European Central Bank President Mario Draghi told euro zone leaders seated around a large oval table in the EU summit's red marble building that they could not just rely on the ECB.

"We avoided the collapse of the euro with a joint effort. Now our focus should be to act jointly again to avoid a relapse into a recession," Draghi said, according to his spokesman, who quoted from his speech. "Hope is not a strategy."

He said a coherent plan for economic growth had to involve "concrete and credible" structural reforms.

Laying out a four-pronged strategy, Draghi emphasised that monetary policy was only one part of an economic revival plan, the others being reforms, sound public finances and healing the bloc's sick banks.

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi told leaders of the euro area Friday that coordinated action was needed on all sides to avoid the region relapsing once again back into a recession.

"The prospect of low potential growth in the euro area is also of great concern. We need therefore credible supply side policies to make measures that support demand more effective and to boost growth potential in the euro area," Draghi told the leaders at a Summit in the Belgian capital, according to an official briefed on the president's speech.

"The need for a coherent and comprehensive strategy in 2011 and 2012 meant we avoided the collapse of the euro in a joint effort. Now our focus should be again to act jointly on avoiding a relapse into a recession," Draghi continued, adding: "Hope is not a strategy. Today's growth problems will not miraculously vanish and neither will the clouds hanging over tomorrow's growth potential."

Draghi also expressed his frustration that some euro area member states have not stuck to their commitments in reforming their economies at a time when both France and Italy are under particular pressure to increase their competitiveness.

"Time and again we have discussed in various forum what is needed in terms of policies and reforms. Commitments were made but too often works were not followed by deeds. This is why we have to be united in our efforts to enhance confidence," Draghi said.

He also said that falling energy and food prices are "increasingly supporting the disposable income of euro area consumers," hinting that lower prices in some areas could in fact support economic growth.

"A prolonged period of too long inflation creates risks," Draghi said. "It's therefore crucial form us that our long term inflation expectations remain anchored."

Still, Draghi underlined that recent measures taken by the ECB such as purchases of covered bonds, would "contribute to a return of inflation to levels closer to 2 percent and underpin the the firm anchoring of medium to long term inflation expectations."

"If needed we will use additional unconventional instruments within our mandate to address risks of too prolonged a period of low inflation," he said.

On fiscal policy, Draghi appeared to fire a message to Germany to do more within its means to boost public spending.

"Those with fiscal space should seriously consider stimulating demand in the current environment. In all countries there remains sizeable scope for more growth friendly composition of fiscal policies as public investment has been cut over proportionately over recent years and the tax burden remains high," Draghi said.

DRAGHI'S MIRROR

Draghi said he wanted to see governments draw up a reform programme by the next EU summit in December.

That appeared to be welcomed by Merkel, who has faced sustained pressure from France and Italy and to some extent the United States and the International Monetary Fund, to agree to more government spending to help the economy.

Merkel told a news conference following the summit that she thanked Draghi "for holding up a mirror for us once again."

"Monetary policy can do some things, that is the job of the independent European Central Bank," Merkel said.

"But if fiscal policy doesn't react simultaneously, if we don't improve our economic policies, our competitiveness and our investment climate, then we won't come out of this unsatisfactory situation," Merkel said.

The summit underscored how the euro zone has few quick fixes. According to people in the room at the summit, Merkel said that a mix of private investment, fiscal discipline and openness to fast-growing Asian economies was the way forward.

Incoming European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has promised to unveil a 300-billion euro investment plan by Christmas, which is likely to focus on transport and energy.

But such measures could take years to bear fruit, and the United States and the IMF worry that the bloc, which makes up a fifth of the world economy, is a drag on global prosperity.

The debate is complicated by EU rules that seek to keep country's public finances in order and Germany's promise to balance its books next year for the first time since 1969.

GROWTH POTENTIAL

The EU's top economic official renewed calls on Berlin to act, saying that without investment the future was bleak for Europe's biggest economy, even if it is stronger than most.

"All euro area countries have shortages in potential growth, including Germany," said Jyrki Katainen, the European Commissioner who will become the bloc's growth tsar from November, tasked with bringing down near record unemployment and raising investment.

"Germany's potential growth is currently 1.5 (percent). This is far too low," he told reporters.

France, the euro zone's second biggest economy, is particularly in the spotlight after conceding it would fail to meet EU debt limits until 2017, later than initially promised.

French President Francois Hollande told the summit that Europe should not give the impression that there were "good and bad students" and promised in principle to meet EU budget rules, diplomats said.

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is proposing tax cuts to get households spending again, as his country is suffering its third recession since 2008.

However, Dutch Premier Mark Rutte, a Merkel ally, said no investors would put their money into the euro zone if public finances were out of control, and said there was a risk of "rapid death" of the currency area if action were not taken.

Outgoing Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso sounded a conciliatory note at the end of the summit, saying budget discussions with France and Italy were to see if there was a "serious deviation" from EU rules, not whether they had simply been met.
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25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check

Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank’s euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator’s Comprehensive Assessment, according to a draft communique of the final results seen by Bloomberg News. One-hundred-and-five banks are shown passing the review, according to the draft statement. Of the lenders that failed, about 10 will still face capital shortfalls they need to plug, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, who asked not to be identified because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly. That figure is likely to change as talks continue before the final results are published Oct. 26, said the person. The two-part review forms one pillar of the ECB’s effort to rekindle confidence in the euro zone after half a decade of financial turmoil. ECB President Mario Draghi has said banks need to fail to prove the losses of the past have been dealt with. After two previous European stress tests didn’t reveal problems at lenders that later failed, the ECB has staked its reputation on getting this exercise right. “The numbers are consistent with our expectations,” said Alberto Gallo, head of European macro-credit research at Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc in London. “It’s too early to [...]
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25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB’s Health-Check

Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank’s euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator’s Comprehensive Assessment, according to a draft communique of the final results seen by Bloomberg News. One-hundred-and-five banks are shown passing the review, according to the draft statement. Of the lenders that failed, about 10 will still face capital shortfalls they need to plug, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, who asked not to be identified because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly. That figure is likely to change as talks continue before the final results are published Oct. 26, said the person. The two-part review forms one pillar of the ECB’s effort to rekindle confidence in the euro zone after half a decade of financial turmoil. ECB President Mario Draghi has said banks need to fail to prove the losses of the past have been dealt with. After two previous European stress tests didn’t reveal problems at lenders that later failed, the ECB has staked its reputation on getting this exercise right. “The numbers are consistent with our expectations,” said Alberto Gallo, head of European macro-credit research at Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc in London. “It’s too early to [...]
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