ECB meets in Malta as more quantitative easing seen as a matter of time
ECB President Mario Draghi convenes his 25-member governing council in Malta this week to set monetary policy as global market volatility slows trade
ECB President Mario Draghi convenes his 25-member governing council in Malta this week to set monetary policy as global market volatility slows trade.
The officials meet on Wednesday and Thursday and economists expect that they will have no choice but to add stimulus.
The ECB has said publicly that it’s too early to tell whether an emerging-market downturn and commodity-price slump will derail the euro’s already-sluggish revival. Last week governing council member Ewald Nowotny said...
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