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It was the Mario Draghi show last week, as the European Central Bank president delivered details of a plan to buy the bonds of eurozone countries with unsustainable funding costs. The Bundesbank didn't like it but, in a sign that the balance of power in Frankfurt may be shifting a little, Draghi got his way. But it's not all gravy for troubled economies. If Spain or Italy wants the ECB to intervene in markets on...
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