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ECB President Christine Lagarde and Chief Economist Philip R. Lane host LIVE a virtual listening event with civil society organisations. Watch LIVE here the ECB Strategy review debate. Price stability matters for European everyday life, whether you are saving, borrowing, spending or investing. That is why ECB is here to listen to your ideas and concerns before making decisions on future strategy. European Central Bank wants to collect views from across the euro area.

ECB Strategy review

The aim of the ECB’s strategy review is to make sure ECB monetary policy strategy is fit for purpose, both today and in the future. The strategy review covers all aspects of monetary policy, within the framework of our mandate which is to maintain price stability. The review will be based on thorough analysis and take an open-minded approach.

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European Central Bank

As part of the strategy review, ECB wants to hear opinions from across Europe, including those from citizens, academics, Members of the European Parliament and civil society organisations.

ECB Listens Event programme

The ECB Listens event is taking place online on 21 October 2020.
Watch live at 09:30 CET.

  • Session 1: Reviewing the ECB’s strategy – monetary policy and communication
  • Session 2: Reviewing the ECB’s strategy – global challenges

ECB response to the Coronavirus pandemic

How is the ECB helping people and businesses in the euro area during these difficult times? The ECB Listens event will bring together President Christine Lagarde and Chief Economist Philip R. Lane with representatives from a range of European-level civil society organisations to hear their views. European Central Bank eudebates monetary policy and banking supervision measures. ECB have put measures in place to limit the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the economy and support all European citizens.

ECB Listens to EU citizens

What does price stability mean to you? How can ECB best communicate with you? What are your economic expectations and concerns? What other topics matter to you? These are the main topics we cover in the questions on the ECB Listens Portal. A summary report on the feedback will be available at the end of the listening phase.

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