ECB and other major central banks decided to discontinue 84-day US dollar liquidity operations Change will be effective as of 1 July 2021 ECB and other major central banks stand ready to re-adjust provision of US dollar liquidity, including restarting 84-day operations, as warranted by market conditions
HICP inflation expectations revised up for 2021 but otherwise largely unchanged Real GDP growth expectations revised downward in 2021 and upward in 2022, implying a further delay in recovery Unemployment rate expectations revised downward for 2021-23, with longer-term expectations unchanged
Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó discussed bilateral cooperation against the coronavirus pandemic and border measures with Alexander Schallenberg, his Austrian counterpart, at the Austria-Hungary border.
New guidance is available to help food suppliers decide what information to give consumers about storing food and time limits for consumption.
At today’s meeting, the Governing Council decided to reconfirm its very accommodative monetary policy stance:
Conservation and protection of remaining ecosystems can no longer halt biodiversity loss on their own. We must take action to bring back nature by restoring degraded ecosystems and thus improve their health and resilience – turning the tide against biodiversity loss.
Agriculture ministers of the Visegrad Group held a videoconference with their counterparts in Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Slovenia on the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy and its Farm to Fork strategy.
Climate change affects our societies and environment in many ways. Tackling climate change requires cutting emissions to mitigate its worst impacts and adapting to those we cannot stop. Opening today, European Environment Agency’s (EEA) photo competition ‘Climate Change PIX’ invites participants to depict what climate change looks like in Europe and how we are responding […]
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National provisions of a Member State which confer on the Prime Minister a decisive power in the appointment of members of the judiciary, while providing for the involvement of an independent body responsible for assessing candidates and providing an opinion, are not contrary to EU law.