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Mario Draghi

Mario Draghi

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  1. Germany's current-account surplus is partly to blame for eurozone stagnation

    With Germany unwilling to spend, it is up to ECB president Mario Draghi to devalue the currency for a much-needed boostWhile the rest of the world recovers from the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. The burst of trading that helped save Wall Street's second quarter started with Mario Draghi. The ECB chief's June 5 remarks kicked markets into high gear, bolstering big ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Wall Street Journal

  1. One of my biggest calls this year has been for the euro to break down. I very much went “all in” on that view around the time ECB President Mario ... FULL ARTICLE AT Trade-Ideas.com

  2. by KG/XINHUA The European Central Bank (ECB) has agreed on measures to help the troubled Cypriot banking system to throw off shackles which prevent it to operate normally, according ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News

  3. Cyprus wants to start talks with the European Central Bank on a debt swap that would ease the burden on the country’s largest lender, two people familiar with the ... FULL ARTICLE AT ekathimerini.com

  1. The former US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s recently published memoir, Stress Tests is deeply uncomfortable reading for anybody even remotely interested in the fortunes of the eurozone. FULL ARTICLE AT Irish Examiner

  2. Mario Draghi is unhappy with the EU. He’s not unhappy with the concept of the union; rather, he’s unhappy with the fact that EU banks are not lending ... FULL ARTICLE AT Zero Hedge

  3. BNB Starts Procedure for European Banking Supervision

    The Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) launched the procedure for starting a peer review of Bulgaria's banking supervision, said the bank in a statement.  “BNB has commenced talks with the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Sofia News Agency

  4.   Mr. Draghi Regrets His Inability to Debase the Currency Mario Draghi has managed to talk the bonds of completely insolvent governments up, merely by making vague promises of doing something ... FULL ARTICLE AT Trade-Ideas.com

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Mario Draghi (Italian pronunciation: [ˈmaːrjo ˈdraːɡi]; born 3 September 1947) is an Italian banker and economist who succeeded Jean-Claude Trichet as President of the European Central Bank on 1 November 2011. He was previously the governor of the Bank of Italy from January 2006 until October 2011. He was born in Rome and graduated from La Sapienza University of Rome under the supervision of... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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