ECB’s Lane sees euro area slowdown, does not rule out technical recession By Reuters
Economy 4 minutes ago (Aug 30, 2022 09:56)
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: European Central Bank Chief Economist Philip Lane speaks during a Reuters Newsmaker event in New York, U.S., September 27, 2019. REUTERS/Gary He/File Photo/File Photo
MADRID (Reuters) – The euro zone’s economy is likely to experience an economic slowdown, European Central Bank’s chief economist Philip Lane said on Tuesday, adding however that he did not rule out a mild, temporary and technical recession.
Lane told Spanish broadcaster TVE that the ECB should raise interest rates on a step-by-step basis. The institution raised rates by 50 basis points to zero in July.
While a similar move was expected in September until very recently, a host of policymakers have made the case for a larger hike due to the worsening inflation outlook.
ECB’s Lane sees euro area slowdown, does not rule out technical recession
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