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European Central Bank keeps rates at zero as euro rises | Money Talks

The European Central Bank is keeping interest rates steady, despite low inflation and a stronger euro that gives policymakers the space to be more aggressive. The decision has come as a surprise to investors, many of whom had expected a fresh injection of money into markets as the coronavirus continues to spread. As Paolo Montecillo reports, the lender is confident that existing stimulus measures are enough to revive the bloc's economy. For more, we spoke to Peter Vanden Houte in Brussels. He's the chief economist of Dutch financial giant ING. #ECB #EUeconomy #StimulusPackage

ECB’s stimulus plans weigh heavily on the Euro | Money Talks

ECB’s stimulus plans weigh heavily on the Euro | Money Talks

Modi under pressure as rupee hits record low | Money Talks

Modi under pressure as rupee hits record low | Money Talks

ECB announces end of quantitative easing | Money Talks

ECB announces end of quantitative easing | Money Talks

South Korea launches another stimulus package worth $5B | Money Talks

South Korea launches another stimulus package worth $5B | Money Talks

Toymakers expect bumper holiday season during pandemic | Money Talks

Toymakers expect bumper holiday season during pandemic | Money Talks

50 Tory members criticise Boris Johnson over three-tier lockdown | Money Talks

50 Tory members criticise Boris Johnson over three-tier lockdown | Money Talks

Amy Coney Barrett confirmed as US Supreme Court justice | Money Talks

Amy Coney Barrett confirmed as US Supreme Court justice | Money Talks

Entrepreneur opens tailor for women on London's Savile Row | Money Talks

Entrepreneur opens tailor for women on London's Savile Row | Money Talks

More than 78% of Chileans vote to draft new constitution | Money Talks

More than 78% of Chileans vote to draft new constitution | Money Talks

Italy, Spain tighten restrictions as COVID-19 cases surge | Money Talks

Italy, Spain tighten restrictions as COVID-19 cases surge | Money Talks

Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

Thai street vendors feed anti-government protesters | Money Talks

Thai street vendors feed anti-government protesters | Money Talks

Tesla reports record third-quarter revenue of $8.8B  | Money Talks

Tesla reports record third-quarter revenue of $8.8B | Money Talks

UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

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