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Eurozone Documents | 6 Mar. 2015 A more upbeat Mr. Draghi, but QE is not challenged by better economic data
Mr. Draghi was in a slightly more bullish mood yesterday, noting that the significant easing of financial conditions in recent months and improving sentiment show that monetary policy "has worked". Economic risks are tilted to the downside, according to the president, but they have also "diminished".

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6 Mar. 2015 A more upbeat Mr. Draghi, but QE is not challenged by better economic data

By Claus Vistesen

Mr. Draghi was in a slightly more bullish mood yesterday, noting that the significant easing of financial conditions in recent months and improving sentiment show that monetary policy "has worked". Economic risks are tilted to the downside, according to the president, but they have also "diminished".

Posted: 6th Mar 2015 in 'Eurozone Documents'

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