The European Central Bank (ECB) has cut interest rates further in an attempt to boost domestic demand and reduce the risk of deflation in the euro area.
The autumn calendar is shaping up to be an eventful one for Europe's banks, and the impact should be beneficial for the sector and the broader economy.
Official estimates show the eurozone stagnated in the second quarter of the year following poor performance in core Europe, disappointing City expectations.
Russia has imposed a ‘full embargo’ on a range of food imports from Western economies, which have imposed sanctions over Russia’s alleged involvement in Ukraine.
Early official estimates show that Italy has slipped back into recession for the third time since 2007. The economy contracted by 0.2% in the second quarter having contracted by 0.1% in the first.
The harsher the Asset Quality Review and Stress Test process and the greater the number of failures, the greater the probability that we see weaker banks being consumed by stronger rivals.
European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi has announced interest rate cuts along with a whole host of non-conventional measures to head off the rising risk of deflation in the eurozone.
Schroders' Fixed Income team reacts as the ECB takes unprecedented action.
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