EM Germany: Patience, confidence, and persistence facing a zero-interest rate policy
On 8 September, the European Movement Germany held a debriefing in Berlin following the ECB’s Governing Council meeting of the previous day in Frankfurt. The panellists discussed the implications of the Governing Council’s decisions for the citizens, the economy and the financial markets locally and throughout the Eurozone.
“The ECB is not afraid of a strong Euro. Despite a growing skepticism, especially on the German side, for the monetary policy of the ECB, the bank itself stays calm. Surprisingly positive outcomes, being perceptible from the exchange rate and growth, will continue to be a lasting tendency. EM Germany started into its event season with its debriefing on the ECB Council meeting after the summer break.”