Ignacio de la Torre | The ECB’s deposit rate, which is now at -0.4%, will move to -0.2% during 2019 and later to 0%. At the same time, during the second half of 2019 the logical thing is for the ECB to begin to raise interest rates. These two factors should fuel a progressive rise in the Euribor from the summer of next year.
ECB monetary normalisaton
The global economy is not yet back to normal after the crisis. The real figures continue to show that Larry Summers and his “Secular Stagnation” hypothesis are right. We are not strong. And every time we want to break the pessimism, the indicators are weak.