ECB's Angeloni says US protectionism creates risks for global economy

Author: Justin Low | Category: Central Banks

ECB banking supervision member Ignazio Angeloni speaks in Frankfurt, Germany

  • Says that Europe is particularly vulnerable to that
He also touches a bit on monetary policy, saying that the end of the current ECB monetary policy is a "natural evolution" - and is one that everyone must prepare for because there will be risks associated to such an event.

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