Europe News 6 April 2018

Monetary policy will remain accommodative, irrespective of a trade war, says ECB's Coeure

Monetary policy in the euro zone will remain accommodative for some time as inflation struggles to pick up, a member of the European Central Bank told CNBC Friday morning.

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Soros nemesis Viktor Orban set for a third consecutive term as Hungary’s leader

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is on course to secure another four-year stint in power on Sunday.

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European markets move lower amid escalating trade tensions; Dufry shares rise 3%

European markets were lower Friday, as an escalating trade standoff between the world's biggest economies rattled investors.

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Key ECB policymaker warns that a trade war would have 'damaging' consequences for US jobs

A key policymaker at the European Central Bank (ECB) believes a trade war would have "damaging" consequences for the whole world, including the U.S.

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Trump is right about trade and Germany needs to act, former state secretary says

Germany should fix the current trade tensions sparked by the U.S., a former German state secretary told CNBC Friday.

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