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As part of a series of blogs, Open Europe will be conducting an in-depth look at the policies of the ECB and see what other tools it could potentially use to support the struggling Euro-zone economy. We begin by examining the current state of play and seeing whether the latest ‘big bazooka’ by Mario Draghi is really as impressive as many think.

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Posted by Jayson Probin

As part of a series of blogs, Open Europe will be conducting an in-depth look at the policies of the ECB and see what other tools it could potentially use to support the struggling Euro-zone economy. We begin by examining the current state of play and seeing whether the latest ‘big bazooka’ by Mario Draghi is really as impressive as many think.

The post Where next for the ECB?- Part 1: Why Draghi’s ‘Big Bazooka’ isn’t quite as big as it appears appeared first on Open Europe.

Posted by Jayson Probin

The last week has seen a number of comprehensive reports on the economic impact of Brexit released. Superficially, the reports argue that Brexit will be quite negative for the UK economy. But how credible are the assumptions underlying the reports and are there more nuanced messages to be found? Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel investigates.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel

The last week has seen a number of comprehensive reports on the economic impact of Brexit released. Superficially, the reports argue that Brexit will be quite negative for the UK economy. But how credible are the assumptions underlying the reports and are there more nuanced messages to be found? Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel investigates.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel