The European Central Bank's (ECB) Non-Monetary Policy Meeting is held once a month. A report based on decisions taken is published after the meeting.
The European Central Bank regulates financial environment in the eurozone. The ECB administers monetary policy of the eurozone and is responsible for the following:
These questions are discussed during the Non-Monetary Policy Meeting. The meeting is held by the Governing Council, which includes 6 members of the Supervisory Board (including the President) and representatives of National Banks of the eurozone.
Economists monitor this event in the context of the general current political and economic situation. This meeting has a lower impact on quotes than the Interest Rate decision or the Monetary Policy Meeting. However, in some cases, decisions taken during the meeting can indirectly affect euro quotes.