Debatable how relevant it is but there's reports that national central bankers are not impressed with Draghi. I suspect he is trying to be all things to everyone and is in an impossible position. Germany wants him to do fcek all while most others want him to do way more. It's inevitable this is going to come to a head soon. Even for his own sanity there is only so many times he can say "we unanimous agree to the use of unconventional measures if needed" knowing full well that Angela Merkel will have him publicly shot if he does. Looks like Europe, and bkir, is stuck in the doldrums for now. Let's see if we get a bit of a boost from a Santa rally this year.
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