The political debate surrounding financial support from the European Stability Mechanism is gaining in intensity but remains complex.
Responding to the German Federal Constitutional Court’s decision on ECB’s bond purchase programme, the European Commission has hinted that infringement proceedings could be opened.
Two environmental organisations believe the oil company’s commitments aim to allow it to continue to invest in fossil fuels.
While green bond volumes declined by 49% to $33.9bn in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, social bond issuance doubled (reaching $11.9bn), according to Moody’s Investors Service.
The European Central Bank on 30 April announced the launch of the Pandemic Emergency Longer-Term Refinancing Operations (PELTROs).
The European Central Bank is unlikely to make any major announcements on Thursday, but, rather, technical adjustments to TLTRO. Many issues are still up in the air.
Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME), whose full acquisition by Six Group has been authorised, proposes a final dividend of €0.42 gross per share.