Principled pragmatism

19 May 2015 By Neil Unmack

Athens’ borrowing from the European Central Bank has Germany’s Jens Weidmann fretting over euro zone rules that prohibit monetary financing. The ECB’s guilt depends on the severity of its judge. In the real world, its pragmatic approach looks defensible and effective.

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