The European Central Bank is the only major monetary authority in the world that does not publish the detailed minutes of its proceedings nor the voting record of the members of its decision-making body. The discussions which have been recently started by some ECB governing council members have raised expectations that major changes will soon be introduced. These expectations may be disappointed. Continue reading »
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