Draghi in crosshairs of Euro banking bigwigs as he embarks on final lap
Jerome Powell, the chair of the US Federal Reserve, is not the only central banker under fire for allegedly getting monetary policy wrong
Jerome Powell, the chair of the US Federal Reserve, is not the only central banker under fire for allegedly getting monetary policy wrong. Mario Draghi, the outgoing president of the European Central Bank, is also taking heat as he prepares to hand over to Christine Lagarde after his term expires at the end of the month.
Powell’s leading critic is US president Donald Trump, who has branded him a “bigger enemy” than Xi Jinping, president...
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