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The European Central Bank's (ECB) pandemic emergency purchase program PEPP is the subject of new lawsuits at the German Constitutional Court. In the...

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Gasoline, diesel and heating oil have recently become considerably more expensive, as have foodstuffs such as fruit, meat and dairy products. But what...

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In an interview the "Neue Zürcher Zeitung," Prof. Volker Wieland points out how major risks to economic development can be avoided despite a third...

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In an IMFS Policy Webinar on March 19, Prof. Volker Wieland analyzes the challenges posed by the Corona crisis and explains the economic forecast of...

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After an increase in the inflation rate at the beginning of the year, Prof. Volker Wieland expects prices to rise by two percent on average for the...

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Consumer prices in Germany have risen recently, but the low-interest phase continues. Prof. Volker Wieland explains what this means for savers in an...

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The Kronberger Kreis has called on the European Central Bank (ECB) to make its monetary policy more rule-based, more transparent and more...

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For the first time since 1979, the Deutsche Bundesbank is not transferring any money to the federal government due to increased risk provisioning. In...

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Prof. Volker Wieland has warned of a rise in inflation rates that could exceed the central banks' inflation target. In an interview with "Frankfurter...

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Starting in 2012 several central banks introduced negative interest rate policies (NIRP), in 2014 the European Central Bank (ECB) also introduced a...

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