They will have to decide whether the top monetary authority will continue to step up the accelerator with rate hikes, or, on the contrary, maintain a more conservative tone.
The European Central Bank is ready to raise rates if necessary because of the risk of stagflation. Here are the first reactions from international fund managers after the ECB meeting.
We had the insights from Scope Ratings and MFS Investment Management, who have analysed the implications and effects of the re-election of Sergio Mattarella in the markets.
With the news in mind, we have started to receive the first impressions from the industry, and how they believe the decision made by the ECB will affect the financial sector.