What To Expect From The European Central Bank Decision?

12.9.2019

ECB President Mario Draghi is expected to reveal new measures to stimulate the flagging eurozone economy before stepping down.

The eurozone’s central bank left rates for banks depositing their money at the ECB unchanged in July, at minus 0.4%, a record low.

An announcement will be made at 11:45 GMT, with a press conference to follow later.

Eurozone inflation is running at just 1% and with just 1.1% year-over-year growth in the second quarter while the 19 country monetary bloc faces significant headwinds from the U.S-China trade war, Brexit uncertainty and signs the German’s economy, Europe’s largest, is heading for recession.

Read more: Forbes

It never occurs to the Europeans that cutting taxes and regulations is the best stimulus that an economy can have.

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