• In August the €-coin indicator remained essentially unchanged at 0.32 (0.31 in July).

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• In July, the €-coin indicator increased slightly for the second consecutive month, rising to 0.31 from 0.29 in June.

CEPR is a new academic partner to the Think Forward Initiative. The Household Finance Network will carry out the cooperation with TFI.

After more than 30 years of service, Professor Richard Portes, the founder and President of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, has decided to step down from his remaining executive responsibilities at CEPR in order to devote more time to his research and policy activities.

Congratulations to Stephen Redding who has been appointed as Programme Director of the International Trade and Investment programme at the National Bureau for Economic Research.

• In June the €-coin indicator rose, for the first time since January, reaching 0.29 from 0.26 in May.

EABCN is seeking a new Vice Chair for its Scientific Committee. Follow this link for more information about the position and the application process.

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