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Spain is only three weeks away from having to call re-run elections, and government formation talks appear to have reached a dead end. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta outlines three (very narrow) possible ways out of the current impasse and argues that re-run elections may not necessarily put an end to political uncertainty in Spain.

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Posted by Vincenzo Scarpetta

Spain is only three weeks away from having to call re-run elections, and government formation talks appear to have reached a dead end. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta outlines three (very narrow) possible ways out of the current impasse and argues that re-run elections may not necessarily put an end to political uncertainty in Spain.

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Posted by Vincenzo Scarpetta

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.

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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.

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Posted by Jayson Probin