1. The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching ways  Interest.co.nz
  2. The ECB decision is coming — here’s what to expect  MarketWatch
  3. ECB's Draghi to Give Fairly Dovish Message, RBC Says  Bloomberg Markets and Finance
  4. Euro dips to one-week low before ECB meeting  CNBC
  5. What a devil’s advocate would tell ECB hawks  Financial Times
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If there’s one thing that observers agree on with respect to Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting, it’s that the central bank will announcing a series of...If there’s one thing that observers agree on with respect to Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting, it’s that the central bank will announcing a series of...

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The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching waysThe risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and

The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching ways | interest.co.nz

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“Looking forward to tomorrow’s @ECB, wouldn’t surprise me if Pres #Draghi, executive board members and some national central bankers wish to take bold actions to counter the threat of recession and deflation. The question is how to overcome the opposition of the hawks. Stay tuned.”

Mohamed A. El-Erian on Twitter: "Looking forward to tomorrow’s @ECB, wouldn’t surprise me if Pres #Draghi, executive board members and some national central bankers wish to take bold actions to counter the threat of recession and deflation. The question is how to overcome the opposition of the hawks. Stay tuned."

“#Greece August harmonised CPI at 0.1% YoY, -0.6% MoM. A full-blown deflation. cc @ecb”

Yannis Koutsomitis on Twitter: "#Greece August harmonised CPI at 0.1% YoY, -0.6% MoM. A full-blown deflation. cc @ecb"

““The ECB is not a normal central bank. It serves a confederation of countries – a Europe of nation-states – and conflicting interests are embedded in its decision-making. This results in delays and half-measures.” https://t.co/0CIUBQslpF”

John Tasioulas on Twitter: "“The ECB is not a normal central bank. It serves a confederation of countries – a Europe of nation-states – and conflicting interests are embedded in its decision-making. This results in delays and half-measures.” https://t.co/0CIUBQslpF"

“Very nice visit today. We had Andrea Enria, Chair of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank in town to talk about the state of supervision in #Europe.”

Peter Kažimír on Twitter: "Very nice visit today. We had Andrea Enria, Chair of the Supervisory Board of the European Central Bank in town to talk about the state of supervision in #Europe.… https://t.co/mAdO0K7olt"

A modestly positive start to European trade on Wednesday, as investors await tomorrow's interest rate announcement from the ECB.A modestly positive start to European trade on Wednesday, as investors await tomorrow's interest rate announcement from the ECB.

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Piotr Matys, emerging markets FX strategist at Rabobank, suggests that all eyes on Thursday will be on ECB President Draghi whose era is coming to an Piotr Matys, emerging markets FX strategist at Rabobank, suggests that all eyes on Thursday will be on ECB President Draghi whose era is coming to an

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The back-up in global bond yields going into the two big central bank meetings over the coming week may be modest so far, but it bears watching.The lThe back-up in global bond yields going into the two big central bank meetings over the coming week may be modest so far, but it bears watching.The l

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German growth downgraded The ECB decision tomorrow is the main event this week. Economists are still looking for QE but all the leaks suggest it isn't coming and the rebound in bond yields lately is at least partly due to the belief that the central bank will keep its powder dry on QE (while extending forward guidance and cutting the deposit rate). By Adam ButtonGerman growth downgraded The ECB decision tomorrow is the main event this week. Economists are still looking for QE but all the leaks suggest it isn

EUR/USD slumps back below 1.1000 as the clock ticks towards the ECB

A few words from Mario Draghi are all it takes to move markets, which makes every one of them potential gold dust for traders. So much so that operators have tried to rig up systems to eavesdrop on the president of the European Central Bank a few seconds before anyone else “to gain an edge”. UntilA few words from Mario Draghi are all it takes to move markets, which makes every one of them potential gold dust for traders. So much so that operators have tried to rig up systems to eavesdrop on...

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If Mario Draghi was hoping for a quiet countdown to his retirement from the European Central Bank, he'll be sorely disappointed. In fact, it looks as if the ECB president is intent on going out with a bang.If Mario Draghi was hoping for a quiet countdown to his retirement from the European Central Bank, he'll be sorely disappointed. In fact, it looks as if the ECB president is intent on going out with a bang.

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Running any central bank is hard enough, but spare a thought for European Central Bank president Mario Draghi.Running any central bank is hard enough, but spare a thought for European Central Bank president Mario Draghi.

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Christine Lagarde, the likely new president also supports an easy monetary policy. Overall, the outlook for the euro is bearish.Christine Lagarde, the likely new president also supports an easy monetary policy. Overall, the outlook for the euro is bearish.

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