BENGALURU Euro zone economic growth next year will be slightly stronger than previously thought, according to a Reuters poll of forecasters taken after European Union leaders agreed on 750 billion euros to support economies ravaged by the coronavirus.
BENGALURU The European Central Bank, which just last week said it was ramping up its already-whirring money-printing presses, will announce yet more stimulus measures in response to the pandemic-driven recession, a Reuters poll of economists predicted.
BENGALURU The euro zone economy's worst recession on record will be even deeper than forecast less than a month ago, according to a Reuters poll of economists who said the European Central Bank will ramp up its bond-buying again next month.
BENGALURU The euro zone economy is already in its deepest recession on record, according to a Reuters poll of economists, who have stuck to a bleak outlook and worry the downturn might be even worse as coronavirus lockdowns across the bloc take their toll. | Video
BENGALURU The European Central Bank will not follow the Federal Reserve in cutting interest rates to soften the economic threat from the coronavirus outbreak, even though the median chances of a euro zone recession have doubled in the last month.
BENGALURU The European Central Bank's negative interest rate policy is not harming the euro zone economy but will not succeed in bringing inflation up to the central bank's target, a Reuters poll of economists found.
BENGALURU The slowdown in euro zone economic activity has probably bottomed out, according to a Reuters poll, which showed while the outlook for growth and inflation remained lukewarm the chances of a recession have faded somewhat.
BENGALURU The euro zone economy has avoided a recession, according to a Reuters poll of economists who were reasonably confident of that outcome, but their growth and inflation outlook remains very modest for the coming years.
BENGALURU The European Central Bank will cut its deposit rate next week and announce a restart of its asset purchase programme, but over 80% of economists polled by Reuters were sceptical about the bank's ability to influence inflation over the medium term.