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Central bank examines ways to retain flexibility in bond markets afforded by pandemic relief scheme
Minutes of June’s meeting show some policymakers want to reduce stimulus
Launching digital currencies will mean even more responsibility for — and politicisation of — the world’s monetary guardians.
But the necessary structural reforms will be harder than many economists imagine
Foreign exchange reserves offer only a partial defence against the effects of policy in the rich world
Even with low rates, central bank intervention may have unintended consequences
Central bank opts for discretionary policy and scraps target for equity purchases
Bank would need evidence price rises sustainable at 2% target before raising rates, says governor
Amid a wide range of options, inflation targeting remains the simplest and least bad
Fading dollar forces rush of highly unusual announcements
Isabel Schnabel emerges as key ally for president Christine Lagarde in building consensus
Flood of money unleashed by the Fed has put dollar under pressure against other currencies
Policymakers need to take more action to tackle rising risk that short-term problems will become embedded
Central bank to make first-ever outright purchase of US dollars from forex reserves
Some governing council members criticise initial plan for being too generous
Central bank expands bond-buying programme to provide more cheap funding for banks
Deflation is still the bigger risk for a heavily indebted world economy
Central bank’s longest serving council member fires parting shot
Governor Murat Uysal says the bank has reacted strongly to currency’s weakness
Officials worry that low interest-rate policies could encourage excessive risk-taking
For advisers asked to preserve capital for generations, a widening negative real return on cash is damaging
Euro’s rise is one of biggest factors holding down bloc’s prices, ECB president says
Country’s haven currency under intense upward pressure due to Covid-19 crisis
The central bank’s gilt purchases have been justified but could pose long-term risks for financial stability
Philip Lane flags euro’s effect on inflation as policymakers consider more stimulus