One year ago ECB President Mario Draghi took office in the midst of tough times and since then has introduced a raft of measures against the eurozone crisis.
But some of those are controversial: Is he really saving the economy with low interest rates and a planned massive bond-buying programme – or is he making things even worse?
We put those questions to Angus Campbell from London Capital Group.
Also in the programme: the latest jobs and inflation data from the eurozone and an interesting merger on the publishing world.
Copyright © 2014 euronewsMore about:
- 1Russian economy in the red as investment slumps and capital flies
- 2German economy set for strong growth, but with Ukraine overshadowing forecasts
- 3Google drones on with Titan atmospheric satellite purchase
- 4Oil prices rise due to Ukraine tension
- 5Italian management shake-up includes more gender equality
Wires > Business
- 19:59 CET Hotel group Accor held back by problems in home market
- 19:45 CET IMF board signs off on latest Portugal review
- 19:45 CET Banco Popolare says successfully closed 1.5 billion euros share…
- 19:42 CET Wal-Mart takes on money transfer companies with new service
- 19:40 CET U.S. jobless claims, factory data put some shine on economy
- 19:36 CET French government says wants top bankers to explain pay rises
- 19:34 CET U.S. judge declines to order ‘park it now’ notices for GM cars
- 19:33 CET GE industrial profit boost underscores strategy, shares up