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Barring a meteor strike, the ECB will leave its main refinancing and deposit rates unchanged today, at 0.00% and -0.5% respectively.
What to expect from the ECB as Ms. Lagarde takes the seat as new president?
The ECB will keep its main refinancing and deposit rates unchanged at 0.00% and -0.4% today, but we think the central bank will satisfy markets' expectations for more clarity on the QE program next year.
The ECB will not make any major changes to policy today.
We suspect that under the calm surface of the BoJ, a major decision is being debated.
Yesterday's sole economic report in the EZ showed that consumer sentiment in Germany improved mid-way through the fourth quarter.
The key aspects of the ECB's policy stance will remain unchanged at today's meeting.
The ink has hardly dried on economists' and the ECB's inflation projections for 2020, but we suspect that some forecasters are already considering ripping up the script.
Predicting which way markets would move in response to potential general election outcomes has been relatively straightforward in the past. But the usual rules of thumb will not apply when the election results filter through after polling stations close on Thursday evening.
We're breaking protocol this week by delivering our preview for Thursday's ECB meeting in today's Monitor.
Europe's political leaders finally made a breakthrough this week in nominating candidates for the top jobs in the EU.
The Eurozone's external surplus recovered a bit of ground mid-way through the third quarter.
Equities in the Eurozone are off to a strong start in Q2, building on their punchy 12% gain in the first quarter.
The U.K. general election is the main event in today's European calendar, but the first official ECB meeting and press conference under the leadership of Ms. Lagarde also deserves attention.
The ECB will rest on its laurels today.
Yesterday's sole economic report showed that the Eurozone's external surplus recovered ground over the summer, but we don't think the rebound will last long.
Friday's data added further colour to the September CPI data for the Eurozone.
The INSEE business sentiment data in France continue to tell a story of a robust economy.
he ECB governing council gathered last week under the leadership of Ms. Lagarde for the first time to lay a battle plan for the course ahead.
Economists refer to two different types of forward rate guidance by central banks: Delphic and Odyssean. The former describes a "normal" situation, in which the central bank follows a transparent rate-setting rule allowing markets to forecast what it will do, based on the flow of economic data.
Bond yields in the Eurozone took another leg lower yesterday.
The ECB is doubling down on its inflation target...QE and negative rates are here to stay
Market-implied expectations of negative rates through 2021, and bund yields plunging below -0.1%, are an accident waiting to happen, but the main story is clear as rain.
Chief U.S. Economist Ian Shepherdson on Corporate Tax Cuts
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