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European Central Bank (ECB) Raises Rates by 0.75% 

European Central Bank (ECB) Raises Rates by 0.75% 

The European Central Bank (ECB) will raise 3 key rate of interest by 75 basis factors each, effective Sept. 14, 2022. 

The European Central Bank (ECB) will raise 3 key rate of interest by 75 basis factors each, effective Sept. 14, 2022. 

The objective is to decrease inflation to a target of 2%. 

The objective is to decrease inflation to a target of 2%. 

Initial quotes placed eurozone inflation at a 9.1% yearly price in August. 

Initial quotes placed eurozone inflation at a 9.1% yearly price in August. 

ECB points out these factors as the major drivers of rising inflation right now in the eurozone: 

ECB points out these factors as the major drivers of rising inflation right now in the eurozone: 

soaring energy as well as food prices, need pressures in some industries owing to the resuming of the economy, and also supply bottlenecks. 

soaring energy as well as food prices, need pressures in some industries owing to the resuming of the economy, and also supply bottlenecks. 

The ECB cautions that pressures on prices "have remained to reinforce as well as expand across the economy," with the result that inflation might remain to increase "in the near term.". 

ECB forecasts of ordinary inflation were enhanced to: 8.1% in 2022, 5.5% in 2023, and  2.3% in 2024. 

The 3 key rate of interest being enhanced by the ECB are those on: the major refinancing operations, the marginal lending facility, as well as the deposit facility. 

The new rates will be, specifically, 1.25%, 1.50%, and also 0.75%. This adjustment will work on Sept. 14. 

The new rates will be, specifically, 1.25%, 1.50%, and also 0.75%. This adjustment will work on Sept. 14. 

The eurozone economic situation is anticipated to " stagnate" later in 2022 and also with Q1 2023. 

The eurozone economic situation is anticipated to " stagnate" later in 2022 and also with Q1 2023. 

Concerning the Emergency Purchase Programme (EPP), the ECB intends to reinvest all principal payments from growing securities up until at the very least completion of 2024. 

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