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ECB: Economic Bulletin Issue 2, 2023

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Mar 30 2023
Inflation is projected to remain too high for too long. Therefore, on 16 March 2023 the Governing Council decided to increase the three key ECB interest rates by 50 basis points, in line with its determination to ensure the timely return of inflation to the ...more »

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ECB Press: Monetary policy decisions

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Mar 18 2023
Inflation is projected to remain too high for too long. Therefore, the Governing Council today decided to increase the three key ECB interest rates by 50 basis points, in line with its determination to ensure the timely return of inflation to the 2% medium-term target. ...more »

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Banca d’Italia: Cambi di riferimento del 17 marzo 2023

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Mar 18 2023
Cambi di riferimento delle ore 14:15 del giorno 17/03/2023, rilevati secondo le procedure stabilite nell’ambito del Sistema europeo delle banche centrali. I cambi di riferimento dell’euro sono rilevati secondo procedure stabilite nell’ambito del Sistema Europeo di Banche Centrali (SEBC) e si basano su una procedura ...more »

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The ECB blog: Channelling Europe’s savings into growth

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Mar 12 2023
The European Union is determined to fast-forward its green and digital transition. What we decide today will affect the generations to come. It is our collective responsibility to get it right. Creating net-zero industries, boosting technological competitiveness, and diversifying supply chains will be paramount for ...more »

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BCE, Lagarde: «Probabile» rialzo di 50 punti a marzo. Alle banche: rinegoziate mutui

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Mar 05 2023
«È ancora troppo presto per dichiarare la vittoria sull’inflazione». Lo ha affermato la presidente della Bce Christine Lagarde in un’intervista al gruppo editoriale spagnolo Vocento, secondo cui «stiamo facendo dei progressi», ma «c’è ancora molto da fare». «So che le persone stanno soffrendo per l’inflazione – ...more »

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Financial statements of the ECB for 2022

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Feb 25 2023
The European Central Bank’s (ECB’s) audited financial statements for 2022 show that the ECB’s profit was zero (2021: €192 million) and thus there will be no profit distribution to the euro area national central banks (NCBs). This result takes into account a release of €1,627 million from the ...more »

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