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Signs of a sustained turnaround in core inflation have somewhat weakened," Draghi told the European Parliament's economics committee, addressing a barometer of economic health that could influence the ECB's massive money printing scheme.
Fed monetary tightening, ECB money printing, Abenomics in Japan, Russia's recession, the commodities bear market and 25 year lows in Chinese GDP growth will determine the next strategic themes in the international financial markets.
Chief executive Tidjane Thiam said the group traded strongly despite stock markets plunging earlier this year on concerns about an end to money printing in the USA.
NEW Bank of England governor Mark Carney held off voting for more money printing at his first policy meeting earlier this month, it emerged yesterday.
In it's annual financial report, De La Rue - the world's biggest money printing company - said it had seen an 8% fall in revenues, from PS528.
We will see more and more worries about this in the coming months because of the massive money printing in the US andA (http://www.
The Bank of England held off more money printing measures last week, keeping its quantitative easing programme at 375 billion pounds, while it also kept interest rates at 0.
With US debt levels soon to surpass the previous record set during the second world war and the economy failing to recover, it is unlikely that money printing will end any time soon.
The Bank held back from more quantitative easing - also known as money printing - after revising its inflation rate forecast last month.
But the LDP seems intent on forcing the BOJ to run the money printing presses.
The toxic combination of rock bottom interest rates, spiralling inflation and QE money printing has put a big squeeze on their incomes, forcing many to make cuts.
For central banks keen to ease monetary and financial conditions still further to fill in the hole left by retrenching banks, this amounts to a green light for even further money printing and interest rate cuts.
THE Bank of England will seriously consider another dose of emergency money printing tomorrow if evidence emerges of a further deterioration in the economy.
Outlining a long-term approach to tighter fiscal integration in the single currency area, with tougher budget discipline, she dismissed quick fixes such as massive Fed-style money printing by the European Central Bank or issuing joint euro zone bonds.
For example America has named its latest money printing exercise "Operation Twist".