Tag: European Central Bank

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Reasons to favour eurozone quantitative easing
Mohamed El-Erian The instability in central bank divergence
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi The European banking union is a disappointment
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi The ECB’s reserve currency dilemma
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Italy’s fragile government should learn from the Germans
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi What to do with the eurozone banking system?
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi America’s debt crisis may drag the eurozone down
Philipp Hildebrand Draghi can save the euro again – but not alone
Stephen King Policy makers have not tackled the causes of the crisis
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Opening up the ECB will undermine its independence
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Bank capital is Europe’s big problem
Roger Altman A response to Martin Wolf
Roger Altman Blame bond markets, not politicians, for austerity
Jean Pisani-Ferry Europe’s banks need to be recapitalised – now
Mohamed El-Erian Cyprus falls victim to Europe’s bailout fatigue
Stephen King Era of independent central banks is over
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Do not trust politicians to supervise Europe’s banks
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Eurozone states should coordinate budgets to weather downturn
Martin Feldstein Fed joins ECB in a high-risk move
Jean Pisani-Ferry A five-step guide to European banking union
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Where the eurozone crisis may go from here
Mohamed El-Erian The ECB acts – but still needs help
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi The ECB should keep a lid on dissent

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