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ECB terminates program to reduce spread

ECB terminates program to reduce spread ECB terminates program to reduce spread

The European Central Bank has decided to cease reinvestments of the App Purchase Program (Asset Purchase Program), called Quantitative easing, from July this year. This was announced by Frankfurt in its press release on today’s Governing Council decisions, adding that, instead, with regard to investments in the epidemic emergency purchasing program (PEPP), the ECB will […]

Political governance: uncertainty grows due to party announcements

Political governance: uncertainty grows due to party announcements Political governance: uncertainty grows due to party announcements

“The political coalition agreed as a majority has ended today”, with this message published through his social networks last Wednesday, April 25 at 10:45 p.m., the president said Gustavus Petro ended the cordial relationship that enabled him to approve important initiatives in the first months of his government, such as the tax reform. Related: “If […]

Mes to Italy showdown in Europe: “What will the government do?”

Mes to Italy showdown in Europe: “What will the government do?” Mes to Italy showdown in Europe: “What will the government do?”

Pressure is mounting on Italy to approve the European Stability Mechanism (or ESM) reform as soon as possible. Text – signed Also from Italy in January 2021, but never approved by Rome afterwards – just wait for the final approval from the beautiful country to take effect across the entire Eurozone. Ahead of the Eurogroup […]

Italy towards a showdown on Mes in Europe In the EU: “What will the Meloni government do?”

Italy towards a showdown on Mes in Europe In the EU: “What will the Meloni government do?” Italy towards a showdown on Mes in Europe In the EU: “What will the Meloni government do?”

Pressure is mounting on Italy to approve the European Stability Mechanism (or ESM) reform as soon as possible. Text – signed Also from Italy in January 2021, but never approved by Rome afterwards – just wait for the final approval from the beautiful country to take effect across the entire Eurozone. Ahead of the Eurogroup […]

The antidote to panic What happens to our money when a bank fails The nightmare of a new banking crisis is also shaking Europe these days. But is the Lehman Brothers effect really possible? And what happens to bailed checking accounts if a bank goes bankrupt? Let’s clear things up with some anti-panic antidotes

The antidote to panic What happens to our money when a bank fails The nightmare of a new banking crisis is also shaking Europe these days. But is the Lehman Brothers effect really possible? And what happens to bailed checking accounts if a bank goes bankrupt? Let’s clear things up with some anti-panic antidotes The antidote to panic What happens to our money when a bank fails The nightmare of a new banking crisis is also shaking Europe these days.  But is the Lehman Brothers effect really possible?  And what happens to bailed checking accounts if a bank goes bankrupt?  Let’s clear things up with some anti-panic antidotes

The financial market storm associated with the banking turmoil seems to have subsided, at least for now, but we had a few days of real panic in the stock market last week. The fuse was ignited by the bankruptcy of the Silicon Valley Bank in the United States. Then came the news of the Credit […]

Is our money safe?

Is our money safe? Is our money safe?

Panic days in the stock market. Banks are under pressure and many are wondering if our money is really safe. But to answer that question, we need to take a step back to understand what’s happening to financial markets these days. Let’s start with the first shock: the United States. There’s a small regional bank […]

Banks in trouble, stocks still down. Deutsche Bank shares sink

Banks in trouble, stocks still down. Deutsche Bank shares sink Banks in trouble, stocks still down.  Deutsche Bank shares sink

Frankfurt am Main is not Zurich. Or maybe yes. Not even two weeks have passed since the flash rescue of Credit Suisse under the direction of the Swiss government, in conjunction with UBS, which another European institution, perhaps the most important, does not seem to be standing: Deutsche Bank. Its quotation, in one day it […]

Stock exchanges, Black Friday for banks: Deutsche Bank collapses and terrorizes the market

Stock exchanges, Black Friday for banks: Deutsche Bank collapses and terrorizes the market Stock exchanges, Black Friday for banks: Deutsche Bank collapses and terrorizes the market

Black Friday for the banking sector. The financial market turmoil triggered by the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and two other regional US banks, and the bailout of Credit Suisse, continues unabated. The securities of credit institutions, starting with the giant German Deutsche Bank, are back in the crosshairs and investors are questioning the stability […]

The cost of money Rapidly rising rates are plaguing banks and households What does a 3.50% interest rate change, but above all, will it still rise? What should we expect?

The cost of money Rapidly rising rates are plaguing banks and households What does a 3.50% interest rate change, but above all, will it still rise? What should we expect? The cost of money Rapidly rising rates are plaguing banks and households What does a 3.50% interest rate change, but above all, will it still rise?  What should we expect?

The European Central Bank has increased the cost of money six times since July 2022, raising the reference rate in the eurozone to 3.50%, the highest level since 2008. over 10% to bring prices back to the 2% target. Despite intense criticism from some politicians and experts (especially in our country), the ECB chose the […]

The nightmare of a new banking crisis falls on the EU: “Italy approves the ESM”

The nightmare of a new banking crisis falls on the EU: “Italy approves the ESM” The nightmare of a new banking crisis falls on the EU: “Italy approves the ESM”

The command is to profess silence. But in Brussels, the nightmare of a new banking crisis is beginning to unfold: Even today, with key European institutions like Deutsche Bank losing ground in the stock market, the leaders and presidents of the 27 member states, the ECB and the Eurogroup, met on the occasion of the […]

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