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No time to waste? Five questions for the ECB

The European Central Bank (ECB) meets on Thursday with investors hoping that policymakers will deliver yet more stimulus for an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.
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ECB welcomes green light for behind-closed-doors sport

Officials 'heartened' by UK Government guidance allowing for return to competition from June 1
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ECB backs Covid-19 substitutes as plans for bio-secure internationals ramp up

Steve Elworthy says discussions ongoing for potential regulation change
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ECB confirms no domestic cricket until at least August 1

"We are not against exploring the unorthodox to ensure that we can return our players to the field," says Tom Harrison
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Paul Stirling: Ireland itching to play England ODIs despite risks

Discussions ongoing between ECB and Cricket Ireland over series
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Coronavirus may sow seeds of next financial crisis: ECB

Europe's coronavirus pandemic has amplified financial vulnerabilities, raising the spectre of further crises ahead as debt levels soar and banks struggle, the European Central Bank said on Tuesday.
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Exclusive: ECB prepares for the worst: life without the Bundesbank - sources

The European Central Bank (ECB) is drafting contingency plans to carry out its multi-trillion bond-buying programme without the Bundesbank in case Germany's top court forces the main participant in the scheme to quit, four sources told Reuters.
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ECB handed discretion over move to stage two training by government

Next phase of training includes social-distancing exemptions
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ECB minutes hint at more policy easing in June

The European Central Bank is "fully prepared" to provide even more stimulus as soon as June to support an economy that may shrink by a tenth this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the accounts of the bank's April meeting showed on Friday.
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ECB confirms retainer payments for domestic women's players

Regional Retainers designed to bridge financial gap in season disrupted by Covid-19
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Pakistan tour of England: PCB 'very optimistic', says Wasim Khan

Agreement in principle reached after ECB assurances on logistics and player safety
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Club cricketers can return to the nets after new ECB guidance

Social-distancing measures to be maintained as partial lifting of restrictions begins
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England set to resume training as ECB lay groundwork for Windies Tests

Strict social-distancing measures to be observed as 30 players prepare to resume training at 11 venues
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With economic integration pledge, Merkel seeks to defuse ECB time-bomb

Germany will act wisely in response to a court ruling targeting the European Central Bank's flagship stimulus programme and use the decision as impetus to drive closer euro zone economic policy coordination, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday.
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ECB launch Dynamos app to keep children active in lockdown

Recreational cricketers asked to wait for further updates
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ECB launches cricket app for children during lockdown

The England and Wales Cricket Board launches a free app with skills, quizzes and games for children during lockdown.
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We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck UK fintech Modulr used to raise $23 million to disrupt the $120 trillion payments market

UK fintech startup Modulr has raised £18.9 million ($23.2 million) from new lead investors Highland Europe with participation from Modulr's existing investors including Frog Capital and Blenheim Chalcot The company, founded in 2016, will use the funding to scale its offering in the wholesale and commercial payments market which moves $120 trillion each year.  "The market is vast and the sheer level of opportunity is immense, our traction has been great in last three years but we are barely scr...
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ECB, facing legal attack, not the villain of Europeanism

The European Central Bank is the champion of the European project, not its villain, ECB rate-setter Peter Kazimir said, pushing back on a German court ruling that put years of efforts to keep the currency bloc together in jeopardy.
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BlackRock 'reviewing' overweight on southern euro zone debt after German court ruling

"This (the ruling) comes as the ECB's actions to cushion the pandemic's fallout already looked meek compared with the U.S. Federal Reserve's," the world's biggest asset manager said in a note. It also "threatens to fuel fragmentation within the euro area in the long run," BlackRock added. On May 5, the German court gave the European Central Bank three months to justify its 2-trillion-euro bond purchase programme or have the Bundesbank pull out of the scheme.
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Germany spots way through ECB legal maze

German policymakers see a way out of the challenge posed by their top court to the European Central Bank's flagship policy programme that could even make the euro zone more robust -- but they need the ECB to play along.
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Euro rate has insignificant impact on headline inflation: ECB research

The impact of euro exchange rate movements on inflation has declined, and its impact on euro zone consumer prices is close to insignificant, fresh research from the European Central Bank suggested on Monday.
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EU could open legal case against Germany over ECB bond-purchases ruling - Commission

The European Commission could open a legal case against Germany over a ruling by the country's constitutional court that the European Central Bank had overstepped its mandate with bond purchases, the EU executive arm said on Sunday.
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EU could open legal case again Germany over ECB bond-purchases ruling - Commission

The European Commission could open a legal case against Germany over a ruling by the country's constitutional court that the European Central Bank had overstepped its mandate with bond purchases, the EU executive arm said on Sunday. The German court in Karlsruhe last Tuesday gave the ECB three months to justify its flagship euro zone stimulus scheme or said the Bundesbank might have to quit it. In response, the European Union's top court - which had previously gave its green light to...
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Germany, German Instrument Of Regional Dominance Having A Slight Disagreement

If the Germans want to put the brakes on the ECB, they’ll have to use EU courts, sayeth the latter.
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Durham, Edgbaston emerge as potential bio-secure England venues

Riverside's remote location and Birmingham's experience with political conferences could give ECB options
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ECB announce loan scheme to aid cash-strapped cricket leagues

Governing body taking measures to cover off estimated funding shortfall of £32 million
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Mark Wood embracing yet another bump in the road

When you have had as many bumps along the road as Mark Wood, you tend not to take much for granted. It is why two of his last three Tests – West Indies in January 2019 and South Africa in January 2020 – have featured his fastest and best spells in Test cricket. And why, when he felt his side go during his 10th and final over in the World Cup Final, he bowled through the pain to finish his allotted set, knowing he was causing himself more damage – enough for it to be his last match of 2019. It is...
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Global stocks cheer China trade relief, bonds face debt deluge

World shares climbed on Thursday after Chinese exports proved far stronger than even bulls had imagined, while bond investors were still daunted by the staggering amount of U.S. debt set to be sold and a tussle over ECB bond buying.
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