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Lack of action on countries’ breaches shows commission has ‘given up’, says Weidmann
German central bank suggests that orders could be held a fraction of a second to lift confidence in times of stress
Bank executives should fix own problems, says Andreas Dombret of Deutsche Bundesbank
There is a suspicion that institutions have been gaming the rules
Critics say that QE has disproportionately favoured wealthy by raising asset prices
Central bank’s calculations counter government claims that retirement age of 67 will be sufficient
Brexit vote reflects a broader Euroscepticism, says Weidmann
Global yields touch new lows and equities tumble as investors’ nerves frayed
German and Japanese lenders look at sticking cash in vaults or quitting debt sales
Negative rates trigger rebellious thoughts on leaving deposits with ECB
Average yield on government bonds falls below zero for first time
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