With eurozone inflation confirmed at a record-high of 5.0% y/y in December, the debate over how long upward price pressures will continue returned...

The release of the ECB December meeting minutes confirmed that inflation remained at the forefront of the Governing Council’s discussions last...

The spread of Omicron across Europe will probably see a surge in infections over the coming weeks that could surpass all previous waves. Although...

The ECB took significant steps to tighten its highly accommodative policy stance over the course of 2022 on the back of upwardly revised growth...

It appears to be a forgone conclusion that the ECB council will agree to end its Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) at its upcoming...

The health situation is deteriorating across Europe, prompting strongercontainment measures. Beyond the direct impact that renewed restrictions...

Diminishing economic disruption and uncertainty, stemming from the pandemic and ensuing supply-side bottlenecks, bode well for a still-strong...

The eurozone pushed on with a strong recovery in 2021, but in many ways that’s been the easy part. With reopening tailwinds mostly exhausted, the...

As Covid cases continue to rise in Europe, some governments have started to introduce new restrictions, while others have been discussing...

We see little evidence that the outlook for underlying inflation in the eurozone is much changed from a few months ago. In fact, there’s a high...