Like his euro zone colleagues, Coene
had a clear message for Greece, saying: "Reform is the only way … Tell me where the money should come if the Greeks do not want reform and do not want to repay other European countries?"
said, 'It is wrong to say the euro is very strong.
Weidmann's fellow Governing Council member Luc Coene
on Thursday became the first ECB policymaker to say that another haircut on part of Greece's debt was probable.
European Central Bank governing council member Luc Coene
said that if Spain doesn't ask for assistance soon, yields will rise again.
Rising bond yields may force Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's hand because investors would prefer Spain to seek a rescue, European Central Bank Governing Council member Luc Coene
said in London yesterday.
Belgian central bank governor and European Central Bank policymaker Luc Coene
said at the weekend that further help to indebted countries would have to come under strict conditions.
European central bankers have been less diplomatic, with Belgian Central Bank Governor Luc Coene
telling The Financial Times in an interview that the eurozone should "allow" countries to "get out," while Irish Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan said at a weekend conference in Estonia that a Greek exit was "not necessarily fatal" for the single currency.
More recently, a number of reports have shown that dorsal stream dysfunction may well be common in children (Dutton et al., 2004; Fazzi et al., 2004; Fazzi et al., 2009; Saidkasimova, Bennett, Butler, & Dutton, 2007; Stiers & Vandenbussche, 2004; Stiers, Vanneste, G., Coene
, S., & Vandenbussche, 2002), including those with cerebral palsy.
The European Central Bank (ECB) may act to address risks to growth as soon as next month should economic data disappoint, Governing Council member Luc Coene
said in an interview on Thursday.
, the head of Belgian's central bank and a member of the ECU, told Belgian radio station RTBF that the bank was reluctant to buy Italy and Spain's until the two countries have taken additional steps to cut deficits.