Which eurozone members face cold turkey if ECB ends stimulus? | Business| Economy and finance news from a German perspective | DW


The macroeconomic conditions in the 19-member bloc are clearly conducive to ending the stimulus program, most market watchers believe. Eurozone growth was at its highest since 2007 in 2017, at 2.3 percent, while unemployment fell to its lowest levels in 10 years, 8.5 percent, this March.

But the situation is not unambiguous and the effects will not be felt equally among all members.

The European Central Bank’s (ECB’s) primary goal of reviving moribund inflation, for example, was only hit this May after several years of pumping a massive €2.4 trillion ($2.8 trillion) of cash via a…



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