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- A (Critical) Appraisal of the ECB's Voting Reform. Meade, Ellen E. // Intereconomics;May/Jun2003, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p129
Presents a critical appraisal of the voting reform of the European Central Bank. Details of the voting procedure of Government Council; Emphasis of the central bank's decision-making process in the context of widening of the euro area; Provision of adequate long-term solution for the voting...
- The launch of the Euro. Bertaut; Iyigun, Carol C. // Federal Reserve Bulletin;Oct99, Vol. 85 Issue 10, p654
Deals with the organization, objectives and targets of the â‚¬ area's European Central Bank (ECB). Challenges faced by ECB in setting and implementing monetary policy with the â‚¬; Initial functioning of the bank's payment system; Effects of the â‚¬ on the bond and equity markets in...
- Michel, my belle. // International Economy;Jan97, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p5
Focuses on the anxiety of Germany's government officials over who will become the first governor of the European central bank. International Monetary Fund head Michel Camdessus as possible candidate of French president Jacques Chirac; France's difficulty in meeting the Maastricht fiscal criteria.
- ECB power games. // International Economy;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p4
Focuses on the European Central Bank (ECB), and who will have control of the bank. Credibility of the euro; Reasons for the power concentration at the ECB.
- The euro's nervous breakdown. Keegan, William // New Statesman;10/30/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4510, p13
Discusses the status of the euro. Candidates for the presidency of the European Central Bank; Reasons for the euro's problems; Views on the management of euro's problems; Economic trend of the euro.
- How low is the euro? // OECD Observer;Oct2000, Issue 223, p69
Focuses on the exchange rate of the euro as of October 2000. Intervention of the European Central Bank on foreign exchange markets.
- Abbreviations and other explanations. // Annual Report (Bank of Lithuania);2012, p6
The article presents a list of abbreviations and other explanations, including CSDL for Central Securities Depository of Lithuania, ECB for European Central Bank and ERM II for Exchange Rate Mechanism II.
- Fudge factor. Marr, Julian // Money Marketing;6/30/2011, p51
The article presents the author's views concerning the challenges encountered by the European Central Bank (ECB) in dealing with the debts of Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and Spain.
- Centralised securities settlement in Europe. // Norges Bank's Annual Report;2012, p151
The article offers information related to the TARGET2-Securities (T2S), a platform for centralised securities settlement for the euro and other currencies developed by the European Central Bank (ECB).