Bundesbank


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the central bank of Germany

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Bundesbank predicts rising GDP growth rates until 2020, followed by a lower growth rate in 2021.
The Bundesbank has declined to comment on the report.
 The deceased truck driver's family, therefore, packed bags full of coins into vans and headed to (https://sputniknews.com/europe/201712161060055473-germany-coins-counting-six-months/) Bundesbank's branch in Oldenburg , a city in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany.
Germany's central bank, the Bundesbank, reminded hoarders and the forgetful on Friday that they would trade the old currency for genuine cash.
Martin Dinkelborg, Director of the Centre for Technical Central Bank Cooperation, signed on behalf of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
The Bundesbank's successful campaign of until recently stalling ECB quantitative easing is a case in point.
"Nonetheless, sentiment has deteriorated from a high level, which, together with the fact that the trend for domestic demand remains basically upwards, suggests that the economy will not change direction," the Bundesbank wrote.
The Bundesbank's tough stance comes after years of euro zone crisis that saw five government bailouts.
In other words, the Bundesbank -- unlike Mario Draghi, head of the ECB, and his team -- wants to promote anti-inflation policies based on price stability rather than expansionary monetary policies that pay attention to unemployment.
German tabloid Bild, which did not name its sources, said ECB and Bundesbank in-house lawyers were checking both what proportions the programme would have to take on and how long it would have to last for it to breach EU treaties.
Jens Weidmann, the president of Germany's Bundesbank, has repeatedly threatened to resign because of his opposition to the European Central Bank's bond-buying programme, the German daily Bild Zeitung reported, quoting financial sources.
The Bundesbank, which oversees the enforcement of sanctions against banks that are licensed in Germany, said the sanction order prevents EIH from contracting new business, but EIH may continue to service contracts concluded prior to the sanction order.
Global Banking News-March 29, 2011--German Bundesbank to process Indian oil payments to Iran(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Writing in its latest monthly bulletin, the Bundesbank said it expected Europe&'s biggest economy to...
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