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|... tried, and he tried but he can't get no satisfaction, oh no, no. no. For all intents and purposes, ECB President Mario Draghi over-delivered on the eagerly-awaited stimulus promised two months ago. He came in firing not with one ... but four bazookas ...|
|Latest euro area inflation data released by Eurostat has all but ensured that ECB President Mario Draghi will make good on his 21 January promise to "...reconsider our monetary policy stance at our next meeting in early March" aka increase policy stimulus. ...|
|... in order to secure a return of inflation rates towards levels below, but close to, 2%" In his Q&A, ECB President Mario Draghi even stressed that, "we have the power, the willingness and the determination to act. There are no limits to how far we are ...|
|... at how deftly Fed Chair Janet Yellen pulled lift-off off - more so, if viewed in contrast with the ECB President Mario Draghi's disastrous handling of his own "policy announcement" on 3 December. The Fed's decision to take the fed funds rate off virtual ...|
|... to modest-to-moderate growth during April and May after stalling in the first quarter of the year. ECB President Mario Draghi praised the bank's stimulus policies and said there were no plans to end them more quickly than planned. "As long as you have ...|
|... what Julius Caesar exclaimed when he crossed the river Rubicon back in 49 BC. The same phrase that ECB president Mario Draghi must be uttering to himself as he began spending the first euro of his a,-60 billion a month quantitative easing programme today. ...|
|... dissipate". This gave me an eerie sense of dA(C)jA vu. For it was around this time last year, in Davos, that ECB president Mario Draghi also poo-poohed the risk of deflation. This was Rueters' headline on 24 January 2014, "ECB's Draghi doesn't see deflation ...|
|... a,-1 trillion expansion in the European Central Bank's (ECB) balance sheet has just become fact - ECB President Mario Draghi promised - and it's unanimous. Most would have probably read the ECB statement by this time - and the various spins and narratives ...|
|... In fact, the ECB is set to announce the details of its recent policy easing measures later tonight. ECB president Mario Draghi only last night reiterated his pledge "...to deliver our most important commitment, which is to bring inflation back close ...|
|... underutilisation of their respective labour markets. There is nothing wrong with this. It makes sense. For as ECB President Mario Draghi eloquently laid out in his opening address: "No one in society remains untouched by a situation of high unemployment. ...|
Charities have called on the government to plan for a gradual transition of its stimulatory payments so as to avoid the loss of more than 200,000 jobs in the sector.
A fund manager will remediate clients in eight funds after a recent review of its management costs identified a unit pricing error.
Equity Trustees has handed over the management of Newgate Real Estate and Infrastructure Fund to a new manager, as Newgate Capital announces its intention to retire from the fund.
Zurich Australia and OnePath Life announced donations to 20 charities with COVID-19 response funding.
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