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European bank ETFs lose out as investors flock to US counterparts

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Sustained negative rates in the region cited as main reason for divergent fortunes

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European bank ETFs lose out as investors flock to US counterparts

European bank ETFs lose out as investors flock to US counterparts

Sustained negative rates in the region cited as main reason for divergent fortunes

This Dangerous Addiction To Cheap Money Will Depress Economies In Europe And The U.S.

This Dangerous Addiction To Cheap Money Will Depress Economies In Europe And The U.S.

Addiction to cheap money becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy: a weak economy needs cheap money, which keeps the economy depressed. It is now more urgent than ever that the developed ...

Europe: Did the banks cry wolf on negative rates?

Europe: Did the banks cry wolf on negative rates?

As the howls of anguish at negative interest rates reach a crescendo, central bankers and prominent economists are still convinced that Europe’s financial sector would be even worse off ...

Monetary policy and bank equity values in a time of low interest rates

Monetary policy and bank equity values in a time of low interest rates

Notes: The upper chart shows short-term interest rate shocks given by movements in the EONIA 1 month swap during a 30 minute window around ECB’s Governing Council press statements The lower ...

Many think the European Central Bank will cut rates soon

Many think the European Central Bank will cut rates soon

But for a significant stimulus, the bank will need to break self-imposed rules

Banks braced as pandemic poses biggest test since financial crisis

Banks braced as pandemic poses biggest test since financial crisis

Provisions for loan losses are at the highest in a decade as lenders prepare for large-scale company bankruptcies

European shares rise cautiously before Fed meeting

European shares rise cautiously before Fed meeting

European shares rose cautiously at the open with gains in the banking and the ph...

European banks' beauty only skin-deep, investors say

European banks' beauty only skin-deep, investors say

Europe's top banks may have survived a milestone test of their resilience b...

Explaining "Not-QE"

Explaining "Not-QE"

As there has been a constant debate about what to make of the latest interventions by the Federal Reserve (FED), whether we can call it...

Euro zone banks heed ECB dividend warning, Swiss ignore regulators

Euro zone banks heed ECB dividend warning, Swiss ignore regulators

ZURICH/LONDON — Banks across the euro zone are tearing up plans to return cash to shareholders at the behest of regulators, instead shoring up reserves as the coronavirus outbreak threatens ...

Here’s How Europeans Can Deal With Negative Interest Rates

Here’s How Europeans Can Deal With Negative Interest Rates

Low and negative interest rates have been a burden for account holders across Europe for some time. And it’s only getting worse, as the European Central

Why Critics of a More Relaxed Attitude on Public Debt Are Wrong

Why Critics of a More Relaxed Attitude on Public Debt Are Wrong

Both of us have recently developed arguments for a more relaxed attitude toward public debt and deficits (for example, this address by Blanchard at the European Central Bank Policy Forum,

The Money’s More Than Free. Why Won’t Europeans Borrow?

The Money’s More Than Free. Why Won’t Europeans Borrow?

When it comes to interest rates, the U.S. and Europe are upside down, writes James Mackintosh.

Luis de Guindos: The euro area financial sector - opportunities and challenges

Luis de Guindos: The euro area financial sector - opportunities and challenges

Speech by Mr Luis de Guindos, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, at the XXVI Santander Iberian Conference, Madrid, 6 February 2020.

The Fed is trying to finally get back to 'normal' after the crisis, but skeptics doubt it truly can

The Fed is trying to finally get back to 'normal' after the crisis, but skeptics doubt it truly can

When Lehman Brothers failed, the Fed took extreme actions to head off a collapse of the financial system, and the hangover of those policies could be with them well into the future.