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Draghi seen hitting ECB asset target despite some policymakers' QE qualms

60% of economists in Bloomberg survey say the ECB president will succeed
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - 05:50

Resistance to recent loosening of policy by Mr Draghi (above) has come primarily from Germany. Bundesbank's Mr Weidmann has repeatedly warned of the risks of large-scale asset purchases.


MARIO Draghi will succeed in boosting the European Central Bank's (ECB) balance sheet back towards US$3.75 trillion, though he'll have to override some policymakers' qualms on quantitative easing (QE) to do so.

That's the majority view of economists in Bloomberg's monthly

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