Governing Council decisions
On this page we publish the latest press releases from the European Central Bank (ECB) on key decisions taken by its Governing Council.
The Governing Council, the main decision-making body of the ECB, usually meets every two weeks. Every six weeks, it takes monetary policy decisions, i.e. setting the key interest rates for the euro area. At other meetings, the Governing Council takes decisions relating to payment systems, financial stability, statistics, banknotes, legal affairs, and banking supervision.
For more information on the ECB’s latest (interest rate and other) decisions, please visit its website.