Tag: Christine

#ECB has room to ease but must consider stability risks – Lagarde

#ECB has room to ease but must consider stability risks – Lagarde

| August 30, 2019

The European Central Bank still has room to cut interest rates if needed, although this may pose a financial stability risk, Christine Lagarde (pictured), the bank’s likely future president said on Thursday (29 August), writes Balazs Koranyi. Lagarde added that a broader review of how monetary policy is conducted was warranted. With growth slowing and […]

Continue Reading

EU working to get European candidate to replace Lagarde at #IMF, official says

EU working to get European candidate to replace Lagarde at #IMF, official says

| July 9, 2019

The European Union wants to have an agreed European candidate to replace Christine Lagarde at the helm of the International Monetary Fund, a senior EU official said on Monday (8 July), writes Francesco Guarascio. The fund will need to replace Lagarde after she was nominated last week by EU leaders as the next president of the […]

Continue Reading

Training vital for new era of patient-centric health care

Training vital for new era of patient-centric health care

By European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) Executive Director Denis Horgan “Health-care professionals cannot be expected to adapt to new ways of approaching patients and coping with new technology unless they are suitably trained”, a high-level conference on personalised medicine heard in Brussels this week.  Delegates were told that it is vital to develop training […]

Continue Reading

Left Menu Icon