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Weid•man

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n.
1. Charles Edward, Jr., 1901–75, U.S. dancer, choreographer, and teacher.
2. Jerome, 1913–98, U.S. author.
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The accommodative monetary policy that was pursued in 2017 once again led to a considerable expansion of the Bundesbanks balance sheet," Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann explained at Tuesdays press conference presenting the Banks annual accounts, adding, "The higher volume of excess liquidity combined with negative deposit rates also drove up its profit.
German central bank chief, Jens Weidmann, has said that he might be interested in taking up Mario Draghi's role after his exit from the ECB.
European bonds were hurt by comments from Bundesbank President Weidmann who not only repeated his hawkish calls for an end to QE, but also suggested a hike could be seen in 2019.
Speaking at the same conference, the Bundesbank's president Jens Weidmann said getting rid of cash or replacing it with digital money issued by central banks would be the "wrong response" to the challenges faced by central banks at times of low inflation.
aWe believe there may be new opportunities arising from the tokens and the technologies behind them,a wrote French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, his German counterpart Peter Altmaier, French central bank governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau and his German colleague Jens Weidmann.
1939 - Eugen Weidmann, a convicted murderer, is the last person to be publically guillotined in France.
Financial institutions based in Britain will lose so-called passporting rights allowing them to operate across the European Union unless post-Brexit Britain is at least part of the European Economic Area, ECB policymaker Jens Weidmann has said.
7 percent this year and next year respectively was due to statistical reasons and no cause for concern because Europe's largest economy stood on a "relatively firm" footing, said Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann.
In this book, author Oktavia Weidmann provides readers with a thorough examination and analysis of the various tax issues posed by the use of derivatives in both domestic and international transactions.
would feed Mr Weidmann with excuses to create problems with the ECB's QE.
BERLIN: Europe's economy is not doing as badly as some people think, Germany's central bank chief Jens Weidmann said yesterday as he gave an upbeat prediction for Germany, its biggest component.
Berlin: Europe's economy is not doing as badly as some people think, Germany's central bank chief Jens Weidmann said on Sunday as he gave an upbeat prediction for Germany, its biggest component.