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ECB

abbreviation for EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK.
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These changes follow up on an ECB press release of 3 November 2016.
The ECB will continue to own IT hardware and software and will host all affected services within its own data centres.
Seized equipment contains ECB information, and such information is protected under directly applicable primary EU law," Draghi said in a letter to the Slovenian State Prosecutor General Zvonko Fiser.
One of the options the ECB has been considering, (http://uk.
2 per cent, at which the ECB has said it won't buy assets.
The governor has agreed to investigate how the ECB might be called in to help the Oireachtas banking inquiry after committee chairman, Ciaran Lynch, met him on Wednesday to discuss how the ECB could help it.
The main refinancing rate was reduced by the ECB to 0.
Stating that the ECB's press release about building a new team philosophy and a new ethic was embarrassing, Botham also said that nobody is falling for ECB's red herring about Pietersen being past his playing days at just 33, adding that the ECB needs to 'grow some balls and brain cells' instead of treating the public as 'mugs'.
Currently Secretary-General of the French Prudential Control Authority, Nuoy has convinced MEPs that she will take democratic responsibility and act with transparency, in line with the interinstitutional agreement concluded between the EP and the ECB.
ECB has confirmed that their official has not stated that the series should be investigated.
Besides increased uncertainty in Portugal, where budget austerity programme is at stake after the resignation of two ministers, the ECB sees risks in extremely slow realization of structural reforms, weakening global economy and worsening conditions in financial markets.
With full respect for the independence of the ECB, I would like you to consider whether a personal attendance (by Mario Draghi) at the highest German court would be possible," the paper cited the letter as saying.