Economic Policy

European Central Bank keeps stimulus measures on track

Dec 14, 2017

The European Central Bank has left its interest rates and stimulus measures unchanged as it looks ahead to the delicate matter of ending its bond-purchase program next year

The Latest: ECB did not discuss sudden end to stimulus

Dec 14, 2017

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says the bank's governing council "never discussed" whether the current bond-buying stimulus program would come to a sudden stop when the time comes to end it

European Central Bank leaves interest rates and bond-purchase stimulus levels unchanged

Dec 14, 2017

European Central Bank leaves interest rates and bond-purchase stimulus levels unchanged

Years after Lehman: Final rules set on strengthening banks

Dec 7, 2017

A global forum of banking regulators has completed a set of rules aimed at keeping bad banks from needing taxpayer bailouts and hurting the economy

South Korea's central bank hikes key rate from record low

Nov 30, 2017

South Korea's central bank hikes key rate from record low, as growth surges

South Korea's central bank raises key interest rate to 1.50 percent from record low of 1.25 percent

Nov 30, 2017

South Korea's central bank raises key interest rate to 1.50 percent from record low of 1.25 percent

Asian stocks flat as Fed minutes show support for rate hike

Nov 23, 2017

Asian stock markets are largely flat as investors are little surprised by the latest Fed minutes showing most officials were comfortable raising interest rates soon

EU leaders warn broadening of Brexit talks could be in doubt

Nov 17, 2017

European Union leaders warned Britain Friday that it must do much more to convince them that Brexit talks should be broadened to cover future relations and trade from next month onward

US makes final finding on Canadian softwood imports

Nov 2, 2017

The U.S. Department of Commerce has issued its final determination on the softwood lumber duties Canadian producers will pay

European Central Bank to reduce stimulus _ but slowly

Oct 26, 2017

The European Central Bank will ease the pace of its bond-buying stimulus program _ dialing back a measure that has helped the eurozone economy recover from a debt crisis that threatened to break up the bloc

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