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A 2011 report accused the EIB of a lending policy that failed its responsibility to further the EU goal of cutting carbon emissions. 83 Long-term refinancing operation edit Though the ECB's main refinancing operations (MRO) are from repo auctions with a (bi)weekly maturity and monthly maturation, the ECB now conducts long-term refinancing operations (ltros maturing after three months, six months, 12 months and 36 months. 101 Some of this will be new debt and some will be previous debt that is "rolled over" as older loans reach maturity. "The Longer Term Refinancing Operations of the ECB" (PDF).

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2 The NCBs shares in this capital are calculated using a capital key which reflects the respective members share in the total population and gross domestic product of the. 97 Most central banks prefer to move weak assets off their balance sheets with some kind of agreement as to how the debt will continue to be serviced.

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Powers and objectives edit Objective edit The primary objective of the European Central Bank, set out in Article 127(1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, is to maintain price stability within the Eurozone. If the national supervisory authority designated by a Member State is not a national central bank (NCB the representative of the competent authority can be accompanied by a representative from their NCB.

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"ECB Lends 489 Billion Euros for 3 Years, Exceeding Forecast". "European Bank in Strong Move to Loosen Credit". The ECB always could, and through the late summer of 2011 did, purchase bonds issued by the weaker states even though it assumes, in doing so, the risk of a deteriorating balance sheet. "Banks in the euro zone must raise more than 200bn euros in the first three months of 2012". 16 All lending to credit institutions must be collateralised as required by Article 18 of the Statute of the escb.

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European Central Bank Decision of the ECB. The program is expected to last until at least end of 2018. They do, however, grant the ECB a partial exemption from these principles. B But the German government has resisted this proposal, and other analyses indicate that "the sickness of the euro" is due to the linkage between sovereign debt and failing national banking systems.

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70 Stringent policies with regard to social expenditures and employment in the state sector have led to riots and political protests in Greece. Citation needed Several systems have been put into place since then to fill this gap: In 2010, two temporary rescue programmes have been started, the European Financial Stabilisation Mechanism (efsm) and the European Financial Stability Facility (efsf). The EIB is a publicly owned international financial institution and its shareholders are the, eU member states.