Lane impresses MEPs at ECB hearing
Committee chair says some expressed reservations about Central Bank Governor's Spanish rival
Central Bank Governor Philip Lane’s hopes of becoming vice-president of the European Central Bank have received a boost after the chairman of a European Parliament committee said he had impressed MEPs at a private hearing on Wednesday. Lane is up against Spanish economy minister Luis de Guindos.
Roberto Gualtieri, chair of the parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, said the majority of political groups...
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