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Last month, the ECB set the scene for the majority of its key policy decisions over the next 12 months.
For a central bank already fighting for every decimal in its attempt to convince markets that underlying inflation is slowly edging higher, the recent shift in HICP methodology drives home an increasingly problematic issue.
Bond markets didn't panic when the ECB announced its intention further to reduce the pace of QE this year, to €30B per month from €60B in 2017.
Markets were all over the place yesterday in response to the messages from the ECB.
Bond yields in the Eurozone took another leg lower yesterday.
Mr. Draghi and his colleagues erred on the side of maximum dovishness yesterday.
In some sense, today's ECB meeting will be a sobering one for policymakers.
The key aspects of the ECB's policy stance will remain unchanged at today's meeting.
The ECB made no changes to its policy stance yesterday.
Data on Friday showed that German producer price inflation is now in free-fall.
Last week's comments by Mr. Draghi--see here-- indicate that the ECB is increasingly confident that core inflation will continue to move slowly towards the target of "below, but close to 2%", despite elevated external risks, and marginally tighter monetary policy.
Last week's policy announcement by the ECB and Mr. Draghi's plea to EU politicians to deliver a fiscal boost, indicate that we're living in extraordinary economic times.
The ECB disappointed slightly on the big headlines in yesterday's policy announcements, but it delivered shock and awe with the details
We're breaking protocol this week by delivering our preview for Thursday's ECB meeting in today's Monitor.
Inflation pressures in the Eurozone edged lower last month.
Last week's ECB meeting--see here--made it clear that the central bank does not intend to jump the gun on rate hikes next year, even as QE is scheduled to end in Q4 2018.
Yesterday's detailed CPI data for August confirmed that inflation in the Eurozone stayed subdued over the summer.
The ECB's communication to markets has been clear this year. In Q1, the central bank changed its stance on the economy towards an emphasis on "downside risks to the outlook".
Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macroeconomics, provides insight to the European Central Bank's path and whether to expect Mario Draghi to announce additional stimulus.
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