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‘The EU treaty protects me from these kind of pressures,’ Scicluna says when asked if ...

The Malta Independent 25 Jul 2024
Central Bank Governor Edward Scicluna has ... In the case of a governor of a Central Bank in the Eurosystem of Europe, this is governed by a European treaty and by the statute of the European Central Bank.
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Stock markets slump after Wall Street's tech plunge

Oelwein Daily Register 25 Jul 2024
Hong Kong and Shanghai fell despite a surprise cut in a key rate by the Chinese central bank. The earnings shock comes as major economies struggle to mount growth recoveries even as central banks start ...
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Champagne sales are tanking. An LVMH exec thinks people aren't happy enough to pop bottles.

Business Insider 24 Jul 2024
... particularly in Europe ... Wines might fare slightly better in the coming months due to "the existence of economic cycles courtesy of Central Bank's accommodative policies," said Guiony on Tuesday.
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Russia decries EU plan to fund Ukraine with frozen assets’ interest

Business Day 23 Jul 2024
After President Vladimir Putin sent troops into Ukraine in 2022, the US and its allies prohibited transactions with Russia’s central bank and finance ministry, blocking about $300bn of sovereign Russian assets in the West.
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Kremlin pledges legal action over planned EU interest transfer

CyprusMail 23 Jul 2024
After President Vladimir Putin sent troops into Ukraine in 2022, the United States and its allies prohibited transactions with Russia’s central bank and finance ministry, blocking around $300 billion of sovereign Russian assets in the West.
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Gold price forecast: 5 reasons XAU rally will continue

Invezz 22 Jul 2024
Foreign central banks are buying. The other catalyst for the price of gold is that central banks have continued to buy the metal to diversify from cash ... China is not the only central bank that is accumulating gold.
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European divisions risk incoherent response to any second Trump term

The Observer 21 Jul 2024
He pointed out that in extremis there was $300bn (£230bn) of frozen Russian central bank assets sitting in Belgium that Europe could use to buy weapons for Ukraine – a move that would, however, face ...
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Downshifting US Inflation Will Help Reassure the Fed

Live Mint 20 Jul 2024
Europe, Middle East, Africa Following Thursday’s European Central Bank gathering - when President Christine Lagarde told investors that prospects for the Sept ... Four major central bank decisions are scheduled across the wider region.
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Europe at the ‘Hot Gates’! $300 Billion of Seized Russian Financial Assets.

GlobalResearch 19 Jul 2024
According to European Central Bank director, Christine LaGarde, no less than $260 of the $300 billion is held in Europe, most of which is in Belgium near Brussels which is NATO’s home base.
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Europe’s central bank hits pause on rate cuts as inflation takes its sweet time to ...

Wtop 18 Jul 2024
Home buyers and businesses waiting for lower interest rates in Europe are going to have to wait a little longer as the European Central Bank takes its time to make sure stubborn inflation is firmly ...
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Companies continue layoffs as economic growth stagnates in Europe

Anadolu Agency 18 Jul 2024
In Europe, the pending interest rate cycle of major central banks, especially the US Fed, the uncertainty caused by rising geopolitical tensions and the ongoing effects of the Russia-Ukraine war ...
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Far-right Israeli minister visits sensitive Jerusalem holy site, threatening Gaza cease-fire talks

Springfield News-Sun 18 Jul 2024
Israeli negotiators landed in Cairo on Wednesday to continue talks ... In Other News. 1. Europe's central bank hits pause on rate cuts as inflation takes its. 2. Europe's central bank hits pause on rate cuts as inflation takes its. 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... ....
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Oil prices rise on bigger-than-expected drop in US crude stocks

Khaleejtimes 18 Jul 2024
central bank is "closer" to cutting interest rates given inflation's improved trajectory and a labour market in better balance, possibly setting the stage for a reduction in borrowing costs in September.

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