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Talking and walking

16 January 2014 By Neil Unmack

Mario Draghi’s dovish stance has raised hopes the European Central Bank could launch asset purchases. Europe’s fragmented money markets and weak lending mean the payoff could be significant. But it can only be done if France and Italy embrace reform.

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