1. European monetary policy faces another crisis: Is the ECB effectively leading the way?  Global Risk Insights
  2. Dollar Maintains Gains; Euro Weighed by ECB Hints  Investing.com
  3. Europe ‘Could Do Anything’ to Help Economy, ECB’s Panetta Says  Bloomberg
  4. The ECB hinted at more monetary stimulus — analysts expect it to go all in  CNBC
  5. Right to Assume Lagarde Signaled More Stimulus: ECB's Holzmann  Bloomberg Markets and Finance
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In a little over a decade the European Central Bank found itself fighting three considerable crises: the Great Recession in 2008, the sovereign-debt crisis in 2011-2012 to today’s pandemic-induced recessions. The Euro is a project without precedent and under Mario Draghi the ECB was a leading actor in world monetary policy. In 2019, Christine Lagarde became the new president of the ECB.  How does she compare?

European monetary policy faces another crisis: Is the ECB effectively leading the way? | Global Risk Insights

European monetary policy faces another crisis: Is the ECB effectively leading the way? | Global Risk Insights

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The direction of the EUR/USD into the close on Friday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the intermediate 50% level at 1.1691.The direction of the EUR/USD into the close on Friday is likely to be determined by trader reaction to the intermediate 50% level at 1.1691.

US futures bounced back as traders waited for third quarter earnings from the biggest companies in the world, including Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, anUS futures bounced back as traders waited for third quarter earnings from the biggest companies in the world, including Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, an

Euro gains ahead of ECB interest rate decision

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The euro wallowed near its four-week low against the greenback after the European Central Bank signalled that rates are on hold, and further monetary easing by the end of the year. Sterling changed hands at $1.2906, undermined by a lack of Brexit-related headlines as London and the European Union have…The euro wallowed near its four-week low against the greenback after the European Central Bank signalled that rates are on hold, and further monetary easing by the end of the year. Sterling changed hands at $1.2906, undermined by a lack of Brexit-related headlines as London and the European Union have…

Euro near four-week low after ECB holds rates; pound slumps | Cyprus Mail

The safe-haven dollar rose to a four-week high on Friday, moving within narrow ranges, amid jitters ahead of next week's U.S. presidential election and the continued surge in global coronavirus cases that has forced lockdowns in parts of Europe.The safe-haven dollar rose to a four-week high on Friday, moving within narrow ranges, amid jitters ahead of next week's U.S. presidential election and the continued surge in global coronavirus cases that has forced lockdowns in parts of Europe.

Dollar gains on U.S. election caution, surging COVID-19 cases | Reuters

The European Central Bank has decided to maintain its monetary easing policy, and has left the door open for further easing in December. This is as coronavirus cases soar to records in the economic bloc.The European Central Bank has decided to maintain its monetary easing policy, and has left the door open for further easing in December. This is as coronavirus cases soar to records in the economic bloc.

ECB set to discuss further monetary easing | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

IRELAND is in line for €8bn of further borrowing support after the European Central Bank (ECB) signalled it would expand the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) in December.IRELAND is in line for €8bn of further borrowing support after the European Central Bank (ECB) signalled it would expand the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) in December.

Ireland set for €8bn more ECB support - Independent.ie

The European Central Bank, ECB, held off from strengthening its current economic stimulus, but its president, Christine Lagarde, said there was “little doubt” that more action would be coming at its December meeting as surging coronavirus...The European Central Bank, ECB, held off from strengthening its current economic stimulus, but its president, Christine Lagarde, said there was “little doubt” that more action would be coming at its December meeting as surging coronavirus...

ECB set to pull stimulus trigger in December | Business | Jamaica Gleaner

After sliding below the $13,000 support level on Wednesday, the king of cryptocurrencies appears to be back on its way up.After sliding below the $13,000 support level on Wednesday, the king of cryptocurrencies appears to be back on its way up.

Bitcoin Soars To $13,500 Following ECB’s Announcement Of Monetary Stimulus Boost Coming In December ⋆ ZyCrypto

Forex news from the European trading session - 29 October 2020 Headlines: Markets: - JPY leads, EUR lags on the day - European equities lower; E-minis up 0.1% By Justin LowForex news from the European trading session - 29 October 2020 Headlines: Markets: - JPY leads, EUR lags on the day - European equities lower; E-minis up 0.1%

ForexLive European FX news wrap: Dollar firms, risk jitters start to resurface

Introductory statement by Ms Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, and Mr Luis de Guindos, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, 29 October 2020.Introductory statement by Ms Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, and Mr Luis de Guindos, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, 29 October 2020.

Christine Lagarde: ECB press conference - introductory statement

Europe’s benchmark EU Stoxx 50 index may extend its declines amid a wave of enhanced coronavirus restrictions ahead of the European Central Bank interest rate decision.Europe’s benchmark EU Stoxx 50 index may extend its declines amid a wave of enhanced coronavirus restrictions ahead of the European Central Bank interest rate decision.

EU Stoxx 50 May Fall Further on European Lockdowns Ahead of ECB

ECB leaves rates unchanged but signals more stimulus may come in December as COVID-19 rips into the economy | Markets Insider

Christine Lagarde urges lawmakers to speed up €750B fund as economic outlook worsens.Christine Lagarde urges lawmakers to speed up €750B fund as economic outlook worsens.

ECB steps up call for EU coronavirus spending package – POLITICO

The European Central Bank says it's prepared to “recalibrate” its monetary stimulus efforts in December, noting risks to the economic outlook are “clearly...The European Central Bank says it's prepared to “recalibrate” its monetary stimulus efforts in December, noting risks to the economic outlook are “clearly...

ECB signals it's likely to boost stimulus in December - MarketWatch

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Gold price off its lows as ECB signals further stimulus in December | Kitco News

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European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde could not have repeated the main message of today’s meeting more often: there will be additional…European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde could not have repeated the main message of today’s meeting more often: there will be additional…

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The European Central Bank is expected to resist pressure to unveil fresh stimulus measures on Thursday (29 October) but it will likely pave the way for action in December as fresh restrictions aimed at containing the coronavirus pandemic fuel fears over a new recession.The European Central Bank is expected to resist pressure to unveil fresh stimulus measures on Thursday (29 October) but it will likely pave the way for action in December as fresh restrictions aimed at containing the coronavirus pandemic fuel fears over a new recession.

ECB to pave way for more stimulus as recession fears grow – EURACTIV.com

US equities recover strongly after yesterday's big sell-off. US Treasury yields move sharply higher. ECB signals more easing to come in December, leading to falls in EUR and European ratesUS equities recover strongly after yesterday's big sell-off. US Treasury yields move sharply higher. ECB signals more easing to come in December, leading to falls in EUR and European rates

US equities recover strongly after yesterday's big sell-off. US Treasury yields move sharply higher. ECB signals more easing to come in December, leading to falls in EUR and European rates | interest.co.nz

The European Central Bank (ECB) held key interest rates today at current levels, citing a high-risk environment and low inflation. Quantitative easing programmes are set to continue at the same levels. Analysts expectations were met, as nearly all had forecast rates being held. "There is a sense that no clear…The European Central Bank (ECB) held key interest rates today at current levels, citing a high-risk environment and low inflation. Quantitative easing programmes are set to continue at the same levels. Analysts expectations were met, as nearly all had forecast rates being held. "There is a sense that no clear…

ECB holds rates as risks rise, inflation holds steady | Cyprus Mail

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The European Central Bank held off from strengthening its current economic stimulus but signaled that more could be coming at its December meeting given that risks are growing as surging coronavirus infections threaten Europe’s economyThe European Central Bank held off from strengthening its current economic stimulus but signaled that more could be coming at its December meeting given that risks are growing as surging coronavirus infections threaten Europe’s economy

European Central Bank: Just wait until December - The Washington Post

Euro exchange rates came under pressure after the European Central Bank communicated on Thursday that it was in the process of preparing additional stimulus to aid the Eurozone economy which was said to be facing renewed and significant challenges going into year-end.Euro exchange rates came under pressure after the European Central Bank communicated on Thursday that it was in the process of preparing additional stimulus to aid the Eurozone economy which was said to be facing renewed and significant challenges going into year-end.

Euro in the Red against Dollar after Lagarde Signals Fresh Stimulus is Coming

Concerns hit commodities too, with oil taking another 1.8% spill to leave it at its lowest since JuneConcerns hit commodities too, with oil taking another 1.8% spill to leave it at its lowest since June

Global markets choppy after huge selloff on Wednesday

European Central Bank lays groundwork for December boost - but resists pressure for immediate actionEuropean Central Bank lays groundwork for December boost - but resists pressure for immediate action

Lagarde lines up more stimulus as recovery loses momentum

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European shares weaker despite ECB hints of December stimulus

The European Central Bank has left policy unchanged but provided a clear indication of fresh stimulus to boost growth at its next meeting in December.Christine Lagarde, president of the ECBThe European Central Bank has left policy unchanged but provided a clear indication of fresh stimulus to boost growth at its next meeting in December.Christine Lagarde, president of the ECB

The ECB left policy on hold but said the outlook for the eurozone economy was darkening.The ECB left policy on hold but said the outlook for the eurozone economy was darkening.

ECB leaves policy unchanged as Europe returns to lockdown

The ECB warned that the pandemic posed risks to economic growth and it would reassess whether more support is needed at its December 10 meeting, when new projections become available.The ECB warned that the pandemic posed risks to economic growth and it would reassess whether more support is needed at its December 10 meeting, when new projections become available.

ECB: ECB keeps policy unchanged but signals easing in December - The Economic Times

An expanding second wave of infections is threatening to overwhelm Europe before the winter, and Germany and France - the euro zone's two largest economies - announced new lockdowns on Wednesday. An expanding second wave of infections is threatening to overwhelm Europe before the winter, and Germany and France - the euro zone's two largest economies - announced new lockdowns on Wednesday.

ECB to signal more stimulus as second-wave recession fears grow

The European Central Bank left its ultra-easy policy unchanged today but hinted at more support in December for a euro zone economy struggling with a fresh wave of the coronavirus pandemic.The European Central Bank left its ultra-easy policy unchanged today but hinted at more support in December for a euro zone economy struggling with a fresh wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

ECB keeps stimulus unchanged but hints at more action

In the meantime, the governing council decided to keep its monetary policy unchanged.In the meantime, the governing council decided to keep its monetary policy unchanged.

European Central Bank nods towards more stimulus in December as virus surges across Europe

For now, Governing Council held its pandemic bond-buying program at $1.6 trillion.New coronavirus lockdowns announced by Germany and France in the past 24 hours have highlighted how the euro area’s outlook has darkened considerablyFor now, Governing Council held its pandemic bond-buying program at $1.6 trillion.New coronavirus lockdowns announced by Germany and France in the past 24 hours have highlighted how the euro area’s outlook has darkened considerably

Wait till December: ECB signals stimulus coming on new virus lockdowns