Economy Week Ahead: The Fed, U.S. GDP, Eurozone GDP

The Federal Reserve’s policy meeting and U.S. economic-growth figures are the focus this week. MONDAY U.S. new-home sales are expected to rebound in June after the pace of construction picked up. The housing market has been squeezed between high demand from would-be

ECB Looks to Keep Rates Low for Longer

FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank signaled that it would support the eurozone economy by keeping interest rates low for longer as a surge in Covid-19 cases driven by the highly contagious Delta variant triggers new social restrictions and weighs on the region’s large

ECB Looks to Keep Rates Low for Longer

FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank signaled that it would support the eurozone economy by keeping interest rates low for longer as a surge in Covid-19 cases driven by the highly contagious Delta variant triggers new social restrictions and weighs on the region’s large

ECB to Keep Monetary Stimulus in Place

FRANKFURT—-The European Central Bank upgraded its economic outlook for the eurozone but said it would keep its aggressive monetary stimulus in place, signaling a possible divergence with the Federal Reserve, which could begin discussing an eventual wind-down of its pandemic-driven easy-money policies

ECB Set to Fall Behind Fed in Phasing Out Stimulus

FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank said it would keep its aggressive monetary stimulus in place despite mounting evidence of a vigorous economic recovery and rising inflation in the eurozone as the Covid-19 pandemic recedes. The ECB’s move suggests it will lag behind the