Supplies of monetary methadone will continue

Supplies of monetary methadone will continue
ECB president Mario Draghi at Thursday's press conference in Frankfurt. Pic: Getty

The ECB's decision on QE illustrates the dilemma facing central banks across the world

Two headlines that followed the ECB’s Governing Council decision yesterday perfectly sum up the central bank’s predicament. “Draghi refuses to call end to ECB crisis measures”, said the Financial Times. Within minutes, the Wall Street Journal piped up with “ECB sets out plan to pare back stimulus”.

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