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  • 26 tháng 6 2020, 07:40
    ECB president Christine Lagarde: We probably have passed the lowest point of the crisis, but cautious about possibility of a second wave of infections

    • Economic recovery will be sequential

    • The recovery will be a complicated matter, there is a lot of uncertainty

    • Savings grew substantially over the past two months

    • It will take a while before that translates back into investments, spending

    • Central banks have responded to the crisis in a 'massive' way

    • This crisis is worse than the 2008-09 financial crisis

    • The ECB mandate is the same i.e. focus on price stability

    • We have to use instruments that provide the most proportionate response

    • Needed to ensure that there was sufficient liquidity

    • Also needed to make sure that banks could continue lending to the economy

    • For once, monetary policy and fiscal policy worked hand in hand

  • 22 tháng 6 2020, 06:50
    BOE Governor Andrew Bailey: Would shrink balance sheet before raising rates in future

    • Massive programme of asset purchases has been the right thing to do.

    • Central bank independence should not be called into question by COVID-19.

    • Financial system mustn’t become reliant on these extraordinary levels of central bank reserves.

    • Current scale of central bank reserves mustn’t become a permanent feature.

    • Elevated balance sheets could limit the room for manoeuvre in future emergencies.

    • As economies recover, it’s likely that some of the exceptional monetary stimulus will need to be withdrawn, including by reducing reserves.

  • 12 tháng 6 2020, 08:41
    ECB's Enria urges banks to eat into capital and lend

    Reuters reports that the European Central Bank's top supervisor urged banks on Friday to eat into their capital buffers and continue lending during the coronavirus crisis, insisting the ECB would be slow in raising requirements again.

    "I hear sometimes that banks might not be willing to use the buffers because of concerns that the ECB would... ask for a fast replenishment of the buffers," Andrea Enria told a virtual meeting of bankers.

    "I want to reassure all parties that we will strive to put in place a well-designed and credible path to normality," he added.

  • 29 tháng 5 2020, 09:29
    ECB's Visco says policymakers must counter deflation risk

    Reuters reports that European Central Bank Governing Council member Ignazio Visco said on Friday policy makers had to act to head off deflationary risks brought about by the sudden halt to economic activity during the coronavirus crisis.

    Visco, who is also governor of the Bank of Italy, said disinflationary pressures could be strong and persistent, threatening economies where already high levels of public debt are growing massively during the crisis.

    Presenting the Bank of Italy's annual report, he said the ECB was ready to use all the instruments available to ensure that all sectors of the economy could benefit from accommodative financing conditions.

    "Steps must be taken to counter the significant risk of low inflation and the marked fall in economic activity from translating into a permanent reduction in expected inflation or into the possible resurfacing of the threat of deflation," he said.

    "Also as a result of the high levels of public and private debt in the euro area as a whole, this could trigger a dangerous spiral between the fall in prices and that in aggregate demand."

  • 27 tháng 5 2020, 09:20
    Stimulus will add to high debt levels but alternative is ‘much worse,’ ECB vice president says

    CNBC reports that the vice president of the European Central Bank (ECB) has backed the unprecedented stimulus packages launched in the region, saying there were no alternatives for lawmakers.

    Governments from euro area countries have passed major stimulus efforts in a bid to soften the impact of the coronavirus crisis and keep people in work. Fiscal deficits are expected to widen, debt piles will climb and the financial repercussions could be felt for generations.

    However, Luis de Guindos, the vice president of the euro zone’s central bank, said the issue of lofty debt levels needs to be put into perceptive.

    “At the end of the pandemic for sure that we will have higher public debt ratio. But the alternative of doing nothing is much worse,” he told CNBC’s Annette Weisbach when asked specifically about Italy.

    “It would be much worse in terms of the crisis. And it would be much worse in terms of the recovery phase,” he added. 

    The ECB vice chief said that concerns over public finances in the medium term will have to be addressed. But for now, he called for “powerful and strong” fiscal responses at both the national and pan-European level.

  • 27 tháng 5 2020, 07:46
    ECB president Lagarde: It is very likely that ECB 'mild' scenario is outdated

    • It is very hard to forecast how badly the economy has been affected

    • Economic contraction now seen somewhere between 'medium' and 'severe' scenario

    • ECB had to resort to exceptional measures to make sure there is plenty of liquidity

    • ECB primary objective is to ensure price stability

  • 18 tháng 5 2020, 06:19
    ECB chief economist Lane: Euro zone economy won't hit pre-crisis level until 2021 at earliest

    Reuters reports that the coronavirus-hit euro zone economy probably will not return to its pre-pandemic levels until next year at the earliest, the European Central Bank's chief economist told El Pais newspaper, adding that the ECB was prepared to tweak its tools if needed.

    "From today's perspective, it looks in any case unlikely that economic activity will return to its pre-crisis level before 2021, if not later," Philip Lane said in the interview published on the ECB's website.

    Lane said the ECB was constantly monitoring the situation and was ready to adjust all of its instruments if that proved necessary. He added that the ECB's Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme, also known as PEPP, could be adjusted.

    He said the ECB was analysing the situation ahead of the upcoming June meeting, adding: "If we see that financial conditions are too tight, or the pressure on individual bond markets is not reflecting economic fundamentals, we can adjust the size or duration of our purchases, which we can anyway allocate flexibly over time and market segments."

  • 14 tháng 5 2020, 08:41
    ECB Economic Bulletin: Survey indicators suggest a sharp contraction in economic growth and a profound deterioration in labour market conditions

    • The euro area is facing an economic contraction of a magnitude and speed that are unprecedented in peacetime.

    • Measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) have largely halted economic activity in all the countries of the euro area and across the globe.

    • Euro area GDP could fall by between 5% and 12% this year, depending crucially on the duration of the containment measures and the success of policies to mitigate the economic consequences for businesses and workers.

    • As the containment measures are gradually lifted, these scenarios foresee a recovery in economic activity, although its speed and scale remain highly uncertain.

    • The variability depends on the duration of lockdown measures, success of policies

    • Headline inflation is likely to decline further in the coming months

    • An ample degree of monetary accommodation is necessary for the robust convergence of inflation to levels that are below, but close to, 2% over the medium-term

  • 14 tháng 5 2020, 07:55
    BOJ governor Kuroda: It is not necessary to cut rates further now

    • But there is still room to cut rates further if needed

    • BOJ will not hesitate to ease further if needed

    • BOJ has many tools, measures to deploy if needed

    • Does not think that price target will be met soon

    • BOJ may have to continue easing in the coming years

    • Financial system remains stable

  • 12 tháng 5 2020, 09:56
    ECB Governing Council member Kazimir: European Court of Justice has sole authority over ECB actions

    • EU governments are not matching the ECB's efforts

    • EU fiscal response to the crisis is inadequate

    • Not opposed to increasing PEPP size, but decision should be based on data

    • No urgency to increase purchases, must examine how easing of lockdown measures are impacting the economy

  • 12 tháng 5 2020, 09:19
    Negative rates in the UK ‘quite possible,’ BOE deputy governor says

    CNBC reports that according to Deputy Governor for Monetary Policy Ben Broadbent, the U.K. may be headed toward negative interest rates at impending Bank of England monetary policy meetings.

    The BOE's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted to hold interest rates at a historic low of 0.1% last Thursday, having cut rates twice from 0.75% since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

    "The committee are certainly prepared to do what is necessary to meet our remit with risks still to the downside," Broadbent told CNBC on Tuesday.

    "Yes, it is quite possible that more monetary easing will be needed at the time."

    Along with the two previous rate cuts, the Bank has also announced £200 billion of new quantitative easing, bringing its bond buying program to a total of £645 billion.

  • 11 tháng 5 2020, 06:16
    ECB executive board member Schnabel: ECB stands ready to adjust size and duration of PEPP

    • ECB measures form a powerful package

    • Rating downgrades may be a risk to policy discussion

    • ECB has not discussed impact of rating downgrades on purchases

  • 7 tháng 5 2020, 09:08
    BOE governor Bailey: We are not out of monetary policy tools

    • We will continue to come up with appropriate responses

    • BOE is clearly committed to take action when needed

    • Appropriate that BOE continues with aggressive pace of QE for the moment

    • We will take stock of that, there's still another meeting before QE completion

    • Information about lifting lockdown measures will be material to June discussions

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