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Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

One of the biggest hawks on the ECB executive board and governing counsel, Germany Sabine Lautenschlaeger, unexpectedly announced her resignation from the European Central Bank Executive Board more than two years before the official end of her term.

Article Image News Link • Global, Tyler Durden

Over the past few days there has been much confusion over the repocalpyse that shook the overnight funding market, and just as much confusion over the definition of reserves which some banks were unwilling to part with, other banks were desperate for

Article Image News Link • Global, Tyler Durden

For years, European banks were leery of passing on the ECB's negative deposit rate to their clients for fears of deposit flight and other unintended consequences, in the process being forced to "eat" the difference and impacting their interest income

Article Image News Link • Global by Fred Imbert

You're seeing it pretty much throughout the world. It's only a matter of time before it's more in the United States," Alan Greenspan says. There is currently more than $16 trillion in negative yielding debt around the world as central banks