Thanks Draghi, now politicians must step up

It's not clear how long the ECB’s new asset purchase programme will last, or what the new tiered deposit system will look like. However, what certainly is clear, is Mario Draghi’s legacy.

  • By Burhan Khadbai
  • 12 Sep 2019

The ECB president, soon to step down, is widely regarded as the saviour of the euro and rightly so, having pulled the eurozone back from the brink of collapse in 2012.

This newspaper said throughout the sovereign debt crisis and beyond that structural reform was needed to cure the ...

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