January 27, 2014

The Bull in the Eurozone's China Shop

Ullrich Fichtner, Der Spiegel

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German Central Bank head Jens Weidmann has developed a reputation in Europe for saying no to everything. He is skeptical of efforts to save the euro and isn't shy about saying so. But is he right?

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