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.
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